The L.A. Times reported on August 23, 2005 that Dodger Stadium has 56,000 seats.
274 parking spaces, exactly!
There are 11,391 parking spaces are available
There are 7 parking spaces to each car
The stadium does not have private parking. Instead there are many parking garages and parking lots within one mile of the stadium that you can use. They vary greatly in price depending on how close to or far from the stadium they are.
According to the Dodgers website, Dodger Stadium has a seating capacity of 56,000.
They have a parking garage that has, if I remember correctly, 7 levels
It has 8 thousand parking spaces.
The Denver International Airport provides over 40.000 parking spaces in total. Opened 24 hours a day one can find garage parking, valet parking as well as shuttle services.
According to other sources on the internet, 100-150 parking spaces can be put in one acre (depending on design).
There are 16 ways that four cars can be parked in a row of four parking spaces. You would multiply the number of cars by the number of spaces.
There is covered parking with the apartments.
This is homework and Wiki won't help you cheat. Time to get to work and think.
That kind of depends on the space given but genrally guessing about 100 to 150 spaces.
The Dodgers played in the Coliseum from 1958 until 1961, after which they moved to Dodger Stadium.
There are 46,172 parking spaces at the Walt Disney World theme parks, water parks and Downtown Disney. That does not include the parking lots at the resorts.
Actually many people do back into parking spaces. It is easier to see where you are going when you are leaving. Some do it because they can leave faster, too.
Definitely yes. In many cases (such as the building I live in) the residents have to pay a monthly or yearly parking fee to the landlord or owner. Some of them may be designated handicapped parking spaces. A guest has no right to occupy the residents' paid-for parking spots. A private residential parking lot is private property, and the landlord or owner has the right to restrict parking as they see fit. A guest, even with a handicapped placard, runs the risk of having their car towed away if they park in a space reserved for residents.