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**1. If trains run every 20 minutes, and there is a systemwide delay of 20 minutes, how much extra time should you allow for your journey?**

(A) 0 minutes

(B) 20 minutes

(C) 40 minutes

(D) an hour due to single tracking

**2. If the average BART car has 46 seats and 100 people are trying to get on at Powell Street heading toward the East Bay, what are the odds of your getting a seat?**

(A) 46%

(B) 92% if you are ruder than half of the people

(C) 100% if you are willing to sit on the floor

(D) 0% – all the seats are already taken when the train arrives at Powell Street

**3. If there are 107 BART stations and the Better BART program closes three stations on weekends and two on holidays, how many stations are closed on a holiday weekend?**

(A) 2

(B) 3

(C) 5

(D) all of the above and maybe a few more

**4. If 10% of BART executives ride BART at least once in a given month, and 80% have never ridden it, what percentage of BART executives regularly ride BART?**

(A) 20%

(B) 10%

(C) around 5%

(D) it’s a trick question – BART executives are fined for riding BART

**5. The average BART car has 50 seats. How many total riders is considered a full car?**

(A) 50

(B) 100

(C) 137

(D) If you can count the riders, there’s room for more.

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**ANSWERS to Questions 1-5: It all depends on the day and the train.**

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