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Successful students of hospitality and catering need a good, basic kwledge of maths. This well-established question and answer workbook covers all the essential calculations, using everday catering situations as examples. - Updated and extended to cover extra topics, such as area and volume, budgeting and averages - Written in clear, n-mathematical terms to help you grasp the key methods and facts you find difficult to understand - Exercises are graded to allow you to follow an easy, step-by-step approach - Test yourself with sample multiple-choice questions This workbook is suitable for any student working towards a hospitality and catering course. It will also be a useful reminder to those already working in the hospitality and catering industry.
Gorden Gee is the former Head of Department of Food and Fashion at South Downs College of Further Education.
Gordon E. Gee
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