Question 1: A train is carrying \(1000\) tourists. Given that each car has \(12\) compartments, each compartment has \(8\) seats. At least how many carriages is needed to carry all the tourists?
Number of people in each car is: \(8 . 12 = 96\) (person).
Division \(1000\) by \(96\) is quotient \(10\), leaving a remainder \(40\).
So it takes at least \(11\) carriages to carry all the tourists.