# Our New Training Room Seating Capacity Analysis

## Calculating Facility's Seating Occupancy

**Our new training room can seat 150 employees. If 6 tables consisting of chairs are taken, what percentage of our new facility's seating is full?**

**Final answer:** To calculate the percentage of the facility's seating that is full, information on the number of chairs per table is required. Assuming each table has a specific number of chairs, the percentage is found by dividing the number of seats taken by the total number of seats and multiplying by 100%.

**Explanation:** If the new training room can seat 150 employees and 6 tables consisting of chairs are taken, to find the percentage of the facility's seating that is full, we need additional information about how many chairs are at each table. Without this information, we cannot determine the exact percentage. For instance, if each table had 5 chairs, then 30 chairs would be taken (6 tables x 5 chairs per table), resulting in 20% of the seats being filled (30 seats taken / 150 total seats). However, if the number of chairs per table is different, the percentage would vary accordingly. To solve this, you would typically use the following formula: Percentage of seats filled = (Number of seats taken / Total number of seats) x 100%.