Performance? Gross profit? Total Sales?

he Belvedere Arms takes £11,800 in drink sales and £5,600 in food sales in a week. In the same week the pub delivers £8,496 profit on drink and £3,640 profit on food. The week’s sales budget is £16,200.

What are: (To the nearest whole number)

Total Sales

£17,400
£12,136
£21,300
£29,536
£18,500

Performance Against Sales Budget

Up by 6.9%
Down by 7.4%
Flat
Up by 7.4%
Down by 6.9%

Food GP%

56%
153%
65%
178%
Impossible to say

Drink GP%

72%
49%
151%
138%
Impossible to say

Total GP%

143%
127%
62%
70%
Impossible to say

please explain how solved if poss! Thanks:)

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One Response to “Performance? Gross profit? Total Sales?”

  1. Alkie Chris says:

    Total Sales
    Just add the food & drink sales together
    £11,800 + £5,600 = £17,400

    Performance against Budget
    The difference between the Total Sales and Budget expressed as a % of Budget
    (£17,400 – £16,200)/£16,200 x 100 = Up by 7.4%

    Food GP%
    The percentage of the food gross sale price which is profit
    £3640/£5600 x 100 = 65%

    Drink GP%
    The percentage of the drink gross sale price which is profit
    £8496/£11800 x 100 = 72%

    Total GP
    The percentage of the total turnover which is profit
    £12,136/£17,400) x 100 = 70%

    Easy once you get yer head round it!

    Chris

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