# Repair company

The company repairs cars. The first day repair half of the contract second day, the half of the rest and third day 8 residue cars. How many total cars company repaired?

Result

n =  32

#### Solution:

n/2+(n-n/2)/2 + 8 = n

0.5n = 16

n = 32

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