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Textbook Problem

The following chart shows the number of meals served at the Gourmet Diner last week. Use addition and subtraction to fill in the blank spaces. What is the week’s grand total?

Gourmet Diner

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total Units
Breakfast 82 _________ 68 57 72 92 427
Lunch 29 69 61 _________ 82 75 _________
Dinner 96 103 71 108 112 159 _________
DailyTotals _________ _________ _________ 223 _________ _________ GrandTotal

To determine

To fill: The blank spaces in the following chart which shows the number of meals served at Gourmet Diner last week.

Gourmet Diner

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total units
Breakfast 82 ___ 68 57 72 92 427
Lunch 29 69 61 ___ 82 75 ___
Dinner 96 103 71 108 112 159 ___
Daily Totals ___ ___ ___ 223 ___ ___ Grand Total ___
Explanation

Given Information:

The provided table is,

Gourmet Diner

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total units
Breakfast 82 ___ 68 57 72 92 427
Lunch 29 69 61 ___ 82 75 ___
Dinner 96 103 71 108 112 159 ___
Daily Totals ___ ___ ___ 223 ___ ___ Grand Total ___

Consider the total units of breakfast sold.

Units of breakfast served on Tuesday will be,

total units  (   units of breakfast served on monday+ units of breakfast served on wednesday+ units of breakfast served on thursday+ units of breakfast served on friday+ units of breakfast served on saturday)

Therefore, the units of breakfast served on Tuesday are

427(82+68+57+72+92)=427371=56

Units of lunch served on Thursday will be

Daily Totals  (   units served of breakfast on thursday+ units served of dinner on thursday)

Therefore, units of lunch served on Thursday are,

223(57+108)=223165=58

Total units of lunch served will be,

Total units  = (   units of lunch served on monday+ units of lunch served on tuesday+ units of lunch served on wednesday+ units of lunch served on thursday+ units of lunch served on friday+ units of lunch served on saturday)

Therefore, total units of lunch served will be,

29+69+61+58+82+75=374

Total units of dinner served will be,

Total units  = (   units of dinner served on monday+ units of dinner served on tuesday+ units of dinner served on wednesday+ units of dinner served on thursday+ units of dinner served on friday+ units of dinner served on saturday)

Therefore, total units of dinner served will be,

96+103+71+108+112+159=649

Daily totals on Monday will be,

Daily Totals  = (

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