# MMath

Three servers work a party of 30 guests with a meal total of \$660.00. Restaurant policy adds a 15% gratuity to the bill for parties of 8 or more. If bartenders receive 15% of the gratuity, bussers receive 20%, and the rest goes to the servers, how much does each server get?

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1. 21.45

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posted by Bob
2. .15(660)(1-.15-.20)/3 = 21.45

That's what I get, too.

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