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# April, May and June should be 3 months, not 4 months as calculated?

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New answer on Jul 25, 2023
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Hi Chan,

I am assuming you are referring to the solution for question 2?

In the answer the number of passengers in April, May and June is calculated as ¼ of the yearly number of passengers.

You could also multiply the daily number of passengers by 30 (to get to the monthly number) and than multiply by 3 (to get to the number for April, May and June).

Hope this helps, otherwise it would be helpful to be more specific where you are exactly struggling to get the answer

Hi there,

Could you please point to where this calculation is?

You are right, if we are looking at April, May, June, then 3 months is what should be multiplied.

Hi Chan,

Could you provide a bit more context to your problem?

Best,
Cristian