# UCAT decision making question help

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So... I have no idea what this question is talking about. Container A occupies 100 L of space correct? The table values show the possible combination of containers that can be used to fill a small section. So how are their different values?

The question explanation states, '100 containers of container B would fully fill the section." Ok, soo 100 * 150 = 15000L in a full section. But if the containers of B each have 100L, then how does 14 containers ALSO fully fill the section (as it is one of the combinations that can be used to fully fill a container), because 150*14 = 2100L. So either each container is not worth 100L, or the overall volume of a full smaller section fluctuates some how from 2100L to 15000L ????

thanks for any help!
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