Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

8th Edition
Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447



Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

8th Edition
Robert Brechner + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305585447
Textbook Problem

To earn extra money while attending college, you work as a cashier in a restaurant.

a. Find the total bill for the following food order: three sirloin steak dinners at $12 each; two baked chicken specials at $7 each; four steak burger platters at $5 each; two extra salads at $2 each; six drinks at $1 each; and tax of $7.

b. How much change will you give back if the check is paid with a $100 bill?


To determine

To Calculate: The total bill of the order if it contains three sirloin steak dinners at the cost of $12 each, 2 baked chicken specials at the cost of $7 each, four steak burger platters of the cost $5 each, two extra salads at cost of $2 each, six drinks of the cost $1 each and a tax of $7.


Given information:

The cost of 3 sirloin steak, 2 baked chicken, 4 steak burger platters, 2 extra salads, and 6 drinks are $12, $7, $5, $2 and $1 each respectively. Total tax is $7.


Now calculate the total cost of each sub-order individually.

The total cost of 3 sirloin steak dinners is $12×3=$36.

The total cost of 2 baked chicken specials is $7×2=$14.

The total cost of 4 steak burger platters is $5×4=$20.

The total cost of 2 extra salads is $2×2=$4.

The total cost of 6 drinks is $1×6=$6


To determine

To calculate: The amount of change to be returned if the cheque is paid with a $100 bill.

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