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21 October, 18:59

Perform the following facility capacity problem. In planning the opening of your restaurant, you estimate that the restaurant's total area should allow each customer 20 square feet of dining space. Of the planned space, you hope to utilize one-third of the total space for the kitchen and storage. Seating capacity = 90 Area of dining room = a0 sq. ft. Area of kitchen and storage (to the nearest sq. ft.) = a1 sq. ft.

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  1. 21 October, 19:19
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    Step-by-step explanation:

    Total area = Dining space + Kitchen and Storage space

    Dining space = 90 multiplied by 20 = 1800 square feet

    Kitchen and Storage space = 1/3 of Total area

    Total area = 1800 + 1/3 of Total area

    (1-1/3) Total area = 1800

    2/3 Total area = 1800

    Total area = 3*1800/2 = 2700

    Kitchen and Storage space = 2700*1/3 = 900 square feet
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