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anonymous
 one year ago
Just need to figure out what im doing, dont need any awnsers :) thanks for the help
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A buffetstyle restaurant has 18 tables that seat 23 people each. A group of 401 has rented the restaurant for a banquet. If another man comes, his wife, and their nine children come as invited guests, what is the least number of people that can sit at one table?
anonymous
 one year ago
Just need to figure out what im doing, dont need any awnsers :) thanks for the help \( ﾟヮﾟ)/ A buffetstyle restaurant has 18 tables that seat 23 people each. A group of 401 has rented the restaurant for a banquet. If another man comes, his wife, and their nine children come as invited guests, what is the least number of people that can sit at one table?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Well first you add the number of people in church group and the number of people who came as invited guests.Then divide that by 18

phi
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1if we put 23 people at every table, except the last one. how many will have to sit at the last one ?

mathmate
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Maximum is 23 per table. But least is less than 22, by the pigeon hole principle.
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