## Math Problem of the Week - Week 25

Congratulations! You are the owner of a restaurant called Chez Moi. Running a restaurant requires organization, creativity, and math skills.

Do some brilliant thinking and submit your answer(s).

If you get the problem right, your first name and city will be posted to the "Menu of Excellence" (look for your name at the bottom of that week's problem).

We will also track your points from week to week. Problem-solvers with the highest totals will be included (and much admired) in the Problem Solving Hall of Fame. Ready? Good luck!

Do some brilliant thinking and submit your answer(s).

If you get the problem right, your first name and city will be posted to the "Menu of Excellence" (look for your name at the bottom of that week's problem).

We will also track your points from week to week. Problem-solvers with the highest totals will be included (and much admired) in the Problem Solving Hall of Fame. Ready? Good luck!

## Math Problem of the Week 25
Haven is hosting a cake decorating party at your café, and she has asked you to create cakes in many different shapes. She wants each cake to be symmetrical.
Unfortunately, you ask an assistant chef to help make some of the cakes, and he doesn’t understand symmetry. Here is a picture of the different cakes the assistant created: You also made seven other symmetrical cakes for the party. Haven will pay $15.50 for each symmetrical cake.
What is the total amount Haven owes for symmetrical cakes?(exclude tax and tip) |

Common Core Standards for this Problem: 4.G.3, 5.NBT.7

Congratulations to the following students, who solved this problem correctly:

Jacob, Wichita, KS
Ian, Wichita, KS (and yes, it does!) |