# A bakery produced 3,000 loaves of bread. It delivered the bread to 75 shops. 65 of the shops received 2000 loaves of bread all in all. The remaining shops each received an equal number of loaves. How many loaves of bread did each of the remaining shops receive?

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by dukedreamy171

2015-03-06T19:53:36+08:00

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So we're going to find the remaining number of shops and the remaining number of bread.

75 shops - 65 shops = 10 shops
3000 loaves of bread - 2000 loaves of bread = 1000 loaves of bread.

So for the remaining shops to receive an equal number of loaves, we need to divide it by the number of loaves left.

1000 ÷ 10
100

So each remaining shops received 100 loaves of bread equally.
2015-03-06T20:21:00+08:00

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3,000 minus 2,000 = 1,000 loaves of bread left
75 minus 65 = 10 remaining shops

1,000/10 = 1,000 loaves of bread each of the remaining shops received.