There are 8 employees on the game shop's sales team. last month, they sold a total of g games. one of the sales team members, chris, sold 17 fewer games than what the team averaged per employee. how many games did chris sell? write your answer as an expression.
Chris sold games.
Number of employees = 8
Total number of games sold by them = g
Average number of games sold by an employee =
Chris sold 17 fewer games than the average.
Hence, number of games sold by Chris = .
g/8 - 17= C
g/8 = A ( average game sales per employee)
A - 17 = C (amount of games Chris sold)
Chris sold C amount of games
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So, let's take in consideration those missing games.
We can assume is the average sales number for the shop.
Each employee is to sell of those games.
So, to show Chris' sales as an expression, we write:
He sold games.
Total number of employees = 8.
Total number of games sold = g.
Average number of games sold per employee = (Total number of games sold)/Total number of games sold.
Therefore, average number of games sold per employee =g/8.
Chris sold 17 fewer games than what team averaged per employee, that is (g/18 - 17).So, the expression for number of games sold by Chris is g/18 - 17.
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