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A client did not advance L 10,000 for the rental of a parking area and it corresponds to 4 months, of which 2 months were consumed

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To calculate the amount that needs to be paid for the remaining 2 months of parking, you can first determine the cost per month and then multiply it by the number of months remaining.
The client paid L 10,000 for 4 months of parking. This means the cost per month is:
Cost per month = Total payment / Total months
Cost per month = L 10,000 / 4 months
Cost per month = L 2,500 per month
Now, since 2 months have already been consumed, the client needs to pay for the remaining 2 months:
Amount to be paid for the remaining 2 months = Cost per month x Remaining months
Amount to be paid for the remaining 2 months = L 2,500 per month x 2 months
Amount to be paid for the remaining 2 months = L 5,000
So, the client needs to pay L 5,000 for the remaining 2 months of parking.

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