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###### A hotel that has 200 rooms sold 110 rooms on Monday, 185 roomson Tuesday, 140 rooms on Wednesday, 165 rooms on Thursday, 110rooms on Friday, 185 rooms on Saturday, and 200 rooms on Sunday.Calculate the occupancy rate.%Round to 2 decimal places

A hotel that has 200 rooms sold 110 rooms on Monday, 185 rooms on Tuesday, 140 rooms on Wednesday, 165 rooms on Thursday, 110 rooms on Friday, 185 rooms on Saturday, and 200 rooms on Sunday. Calculate the occupancy rate. % Round to 2 decimal places

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