# TSI Math: Reading a Circle Graph to Identify Pizza Percentages

500 customers had pizza. What is the minimum number of slices that Lettuce Stuff You could have served yesterday?

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Alright here's the graph and we got wow we had

some big eaters here Four slices Ok well five hundred

customers had pizza what's the minimum number of slices that

let us stuff You could have served yesterday Who wants

Let us when you could have pizza instead write the

customers have spoken and alright we'll break down the number

of pizza slices eaten by each sector of the graph

Eighteen percent of five hundred ninety right point one eight

times and then ninety customs had one slice so are

running total a pizza slices starts here at ninety then

twenty six percent of five hundred had two slices so

there was twenty six and five hundred and one hundred

thirty multiplied by two Well that's two hundred sixty slices

were running total here ninety plus two sixty and then

the next thirty six hundred customers had three slices of

five hundred slices there it's hundred eighty people so three

times that one eighties five forty running total here's eight

ninety and we're calculating the minimum number of slices So

we'll assume that each customer in the forearm or category

just had four slices Although somebody must have five or

six In that case point two times five hundred twenty

seven five hundred hundred customers have four slices eat so

add another four hundred to the pot Let us stuff

you served a minimum of twelve hundred ninety Pizza slices

yesterday one of how many pizzas that added up too

but that's a different problem So that's it The answer 00:01:37.406 --> [endTime] is c We are smoked in full