# Cable car

The cable car will carry 1280 passengers in 40 minutes. How many people will be transported in 2.5 hours?

Correct result:

n =  4800

#### Solution:

$t_{1}=40 \ \text{min} \ \\ t_{2}=2.5 \ h \rightarrow min=2.5 \cdot \ 60 \ min=150 \ min \ \\ \ \\ n=1280 \cdot \ \dfrac{ t_{2} }{ t_{1} }=1280 \cdot \ \dfrac{ 150 }{ 40 }=4800$

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