With terms of 2/10, n/30:
Credit period is 10 days from date of invoice
Credit period is 40 days
Credit period extends into 1st ten days of next month
Credit period is 30

days from date of invoice
None of these

With terms of 2/10, n/30: Credit period is 30 days from date of invoice. 2/10, n/30 simply means you get a discount if you pay the invoice in 10 days, but the invoice is due in 30 days.

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The goal of 5 minutes from order-taking for serving each meal is critical to maintaining Noodles & Company's promise to the customer of high-quailty food served quickly. If a meal needs to be remade due to a processing error, what percent increase is this additional 3.5 minutes? **Weegy:** An additional 3.5 minutes is a 70% increase from 5 minutes. **User:** can you show your work **Weegy:** Just divide the additional minutes from the goal serving time: 3.5mins / 5 minutes=0.7 which is 70% of the goal. (More)

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In 2004, Noodles & Company decided to offer franchises for a $35,000 up-front and 5% of their annual revenue. Units average more than $1 million in annual sales. As a franchisee, how much revenue must be submitted to Noodles & Company with annual sales of $989,675?
**Weegy:** (US$ 989 675) * (5%) = 49 483.75 U.S. dollars **User:** A May 20. 2009, Noodles & Company press release mentions there are more than 205 locations in 18 states. If they expect to grow by 17% in 2009, what is the expected number of restaurants they plan to open? **Weegy:** 35 restaurants they plan to open. **User:** can you show your work **Weegy:** if they have 205 location in 18 states and the potential increase 2009 was 17%. The probability of restaurants to be open is 35. solution: 17% of 205 // .17 x 205 =34.85 or 35 restaurants (More)

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The Noodles & Company loaction in Parker, Colorado, sells its Pad Thai for $4.25 of a small, $5.25 for a regular with an additional $2.00 for protein for either size. If Noodles & Company is making a 300% markup based on the cost on their food, what is the cost of a small size Pad Thai with protein?
**Weegy:** 6.25/300 **User:** can you show your work? **Weegy:** Small size cost with Protein: $5.25+$2.00=$6.25*300%=$18.75 is the answer **User:** 5. What would you save on a meal of a large Pad Thai ($5.25) with protein if you typically tip 20%? How much would you save if you brought your family of four with each meal averaging $6.50?
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What would you save on a meal of a large Pad Thai with protein if you typically tip 20%? How much would you save if you brought your family of four with each meal averaging $6.50?
**Weegy:** How much would you save if you brought your family of four with each meal averaging $6.50? $26.00 is what it would cost for all 4 of you to eat. $5.20 would be the tip, if you tip at 20% **User:** can you show your work? (More)

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What would you save on a meal of a large Pad Thai with protein if you typically tip 20%? How much would you save if you brought your family of four with each meal averaging $6.50?
**Weegy:** How much would you save if you brought your family of four with each meal averaging $6.50? $26.00 is what it would cost for all 4 of you to eat. $5.20 would be the tip, if you tip at 20% **User:** can you show work? **Weegy:** How much is the cost of a large Pad thai with protein? Please post so that we can compute. **User:** 5.25 **Weegy:** Large Pad Thai with protein=$5.25;total cost for 4 people=$21; tip=$21x20%=$4.2; total cost with tip=$25.2; On the otherhand, $6.50x4=$26. $26-$25.2=$.80 is the savings **User:** The Noodles & Company location in Parker, Colorado, sells its Pad Thai for $4.25 of a small, $5.25 for a regular with an additional $2.00 for protein for either size. If Noodles & Company is making a 300% markup based on the cost on their food, What is the corresponding markup based on selling price? (More)

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