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Cornerstone Bakery sold 78 pies on Monday, 96 pies on Tuesday, 40 pies on Wednesday, 104 pies on Thursday, and 77 pies on Friday. On average, how many pies did they sell per day?
Cornerstone Bakery sold 78 pies on Monday, 96 pies on Tuesday, 40 pies on Wednesday, 104 pies on Thursday, and 77 pies on Friday. On average,79 pies did they sell per day. Total pieces sold = 78+96+40+104+77 = 395 Average pies sold per day = 395/5 = 79.
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Cornerstone Bakery sold 78 pies on Monday, 96 pies on Tuesday, 40 pies on Wednesday, 104 pies on Thursday, and 77 pies on Friday. On average,79 pies did they sell per day.
Total pieces sold = 78+96+40+104+77 = 395
Average pies sold per day = 395/5 = 79.
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