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If a studio chain has 8 region managers who each oversee 8 district managers who each in turn oversee 15 studios. How many total studios are there?
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(8 region managers) X (8 district managers) X (15 studios) = How many total studios are there? 8 X 8 = 64 X 15 = 960
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