# Specifications 7731

There are 80 parking spaces in the parking lot, of which 1/20 is reserved for the disabled and another 4 spaces for families with children.

Express as a fraction what part of the parking lot is free for vehicles without the specified specifications.

Express as a fraction what part of the parking lot is free for vehicles without the specified specifications.

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