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By Jones

ISBN-10: 0471748161

ISBN-13: 9780471748168

The maths talents wanted for a profitable foodservice career—now in a brand new editionCulinary Calculations, moment version presents the mathematical wisdom and abilities which are crucial for a winning profession in latest aggressive foodservice undefined. This simple consultant starts off with uncomplicated rules sooner than introducing extra really expert subject matters like recipe conversion and costing, AP/EP, menu pricing, and stock expenditures. Written in a nontechnical, easy-to-understand sort, the publication incorporates a operating case learn that applies math recommendations to a real-world instance: establishing a restaurant.This revised and up to date moment version of Culinary Calculations covers appropriate math abilities for 4 key areas:Basic math for the culinary arts and foodservice industryMath for the pro kitchenMath for the enterprise aspect of the foodservice industryComputer functions for the foodservice industryEach bankruptcy is wealthy with assets, together with studying ambitions, valuable callout bins for specific strategies, instance menus and cost lists, and knowledge tables. evaluate questions, homework difficulties, and the case examine finish each one bankruptcy. additionally integrated is a solution key for the even-numbered difficulties during the book.Culinary Calculations, moment version presents readers with a greater knowing of the culinary math talents had to extend their foodservice wisdom and sharpen their company savvy as they attempt for achievement of their careers within the foodservice undefined.

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To add, subtract, multiply, and divide mixed numbers 3. To add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals 4. To multiply and divide percents 31 32 CHAPTER 4 Basic Mathematical Operations with Mixed Numbers Fractions P R O P E R F R AC T I O N S Fractions are customarily reduced to their lowest term once any mathematical operation is completed. Reducing a fraction to its lowest term means the greatest common factor of the numerator and the denominator is 1. Reducing the fraction to its lowest term is done by dividing the numerator and the denominator by the greatest common factor that divides evenly into both of them.

2 1 − = 3 12 13. 13 1 − = 20 2 6. 3 1 − = 8 16 14. 1 1 − = 2 4 7. 1 1 − = 4 8 15. 7 2 − = 8 3 8. 11 19 − = 12 24 Multiplication of Fractions Reduce the product of each equation to a proper fraction. 1. 1 1 × = 2 4 2. 1 1 × = 4 8 Mathematical Operations Using Fractions: REVIEW PROBLEMS 3. 1 1 × = 3 3 10. 2 1 × = 7 8 4. 1 1 × = 2 2 11. 3 2 × = 4 3 5. 4 1 × = 5 4 12. 2 1 × = 3 8 6. 7 7 × = 8 8 13. 9 1 × = 10 4 7. 3 1 × = 4 2 14. 1 1 × = 5 5 8. 1 1 × = 6 3 15. 3 5 × = 4 8 9. 5 6 × = 6 8 Division of Fractions Reduce the quotient of each equation to a proper fraction.

1. 67% 9. 55% 2. 88% 10. 10% 3. 75% 11. 20% 4. 18% 12. 35% 5. 14% 13. 50% 6. 15% 14. 23% 7. 25% 15. 63% 8. 90, or 109 of programs offer scholarships. —JOSEPH “MICK” LA LOPA, INSTRUCTOR AND WRITER, CHEF EDUCATOR T he basic mathematical operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division apply to mixed numbers and noninteger quantities too. These basic operations are more complicated than they are with whole numbers. This chapter explains how to perform basic mathematical operations with mixed numbers and noninteger quantities.

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