the occupancy rate of the hospital, Managerial Economics

In 2006, a hospital with 130 beds had 8,795 admissions. The average length of stay?for every patient was 4.7 days. Assuming full capacity is 100 percent, detremine the occupancy rate of the hospital for 2006. Also, determine the hospital capacity for 2006.  

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