Ian spends five minutes deciding and ordering, seven minutes eating his salad, ten minutes eating his entrée, six minutes eating his dessert, and five minutes paying the bill. He does not have to wait for anything in between, and he leaves right after he pays the bill, at 1:30.
What time did Ian arrive at the café?
Common Core Standards for this Problem: 4.MD.2
You keep 30 salt shakers full in the dining area of Chez Moi. Each salt shaker holds 62 grams of salt. One large bag of salt contains 1.5 kilograms.
How many times can you completely re-fill all the salt shakers in the dining room before you need to open a new bag of salt?
(Assume you are not using that bag of salt for anything other than filling the dining room salt shakers.)
Common Core Standards for this Problem: 4.NBT.6, 4.MD.1
Week 8: Problem 31
You open a stand at a local amusement park to advertise your café. You offer a free churro to the first 100 customers who buy your new mango berry lemonade.
You sell the mango berry lemonade for $2.75. The cup and lemonade ingredients cost you $.85 per unit. Each churro costs you $.36 to make.
How much profit do you earn from this promotion, assuming you had 100 customers that tried the lemonade?
Hint: Profit is the difference between your cost and what the customer paid.
Common Core Standards for this Problem: 5.NBT.7, 4.MD.2
You decide to re-print your menu, since you are adding some new dishes and raising some prices. You increase the price for each of your salads by 15%, but keep the cost for added chicken and shrimp the same. Look at the new menu below.
What was the previous price for a Caesar salad with grilled chicken?
Garden Salad Caesar Salad Apple Pecan Salad Bean Salad
$7.95 $8.95 $8.95 $9.95
add grilled chicken: $3.50 add grilled shrimp: $4.25
Common Core Standards for this Problem: 6.RP.3C