Scenario

Congratulations! You have been gifted $5000 to open an ice cream shop. You have a location and product supplier picked out. Now it is time to work on the details for your cost and the cost to customers. Once you have completed your research, create a sign board of your ice cream flavors and options with prices.

Directions

You have to make some decisions to determine the best options for your ice cream scoop, bowl sizes, and cone sizes. You will use your knowledge of volume of cones, cylinders, and spheres to help you make your decision. A report for your benefactor will be provided to explain your choices. You can use the Sample Report attached in this assignment to help you put your report together.

Your report should have 5 sections:

Ice Cream Scoop Choice including:

Volume of the scoop (round to the nearest tenth)

Cost for you per scoop (round to the nearest penny)

Brief explanation of why you chose the scoop. Be sure to use complete sentences.

Ice Cream Bowl Choice including:

Volume of the bowl (round to the nearest tenth)

Total number of scoops that can fit in the bowl (round to the nearest whole number)

Brief explanation of why you chose the bowl. Be sure to use complete sentences.

Ice Cream Sugar Cone Choice including:

Volume of the cone (round to the nearest tenth)

Total number of scoops that could fit in the cone (round to the nearest whole number)

Brief explanation of why you chose the sugar cone

Ice Cream Waffle Cone Choice including:

Volume of the cone (round to the nearest tenth)

Total number of scoops that could fit in the cone (round to the nearest whole number)

Brief explanation of why you chose the waffle cone

Cost to Customers

For this section you will figure your cost for each of the options and then add 40% to the customer cost. You should include the following options:

Single scoop for bowl, sugar cone, & waffle cone: Be sure to give your cost and the customer cost. (Round to the nearest penny.)

Double scoop for bowl, sugar cone, & waffle cone: Be sure to give your cost and the customer cost. (Round to the nearest penny.)

Supporting Information

Ice Cream Supplier Information

3-gallon tub costs $12.00: diameter = 25 cm, height = 30 cm

Assume tubs are in the shape of a cylinder.

Ice Cream Scoop Choices

Scoop 1: diameter = 3 cm

Scoop 2: diameter = 4 cm

Assume all scoops result in spheres of ice cream.

Ice Cream Bowl Choices

Bowl 1: diameter = 8 cm, height = 5 cm

Bowl 2: diameter = 10 cm, height = 6 cm

The cost for either bowl choice is $0.25 each.

Assume all bowls are in the shape of a cylinder.

Ice Cream Cone Choices

Sugar Cone 1: diameter = 4 cm, height = 10 cm

Sugar Cone 2: diameter = 6 cm, height = 12 cm

The cost for either sugar cone choice is $0.50 each.

Waffle Cone 1: diameter = 7 cm, height = 16 cm

Waffle Cone 2: diameter = 9 cm, height = 20 cm

The cost for either waffle cone choice is $0.75 each.

Assume all cones are in the shape of a cone.

Congratulations! You have been gifted $5000 to open an ice cream shop. You have a location and product supplier picked out. Now it is time to work on the details for your cost and the cost to customers. Once you have completed your research, create a sign board of your ice cream flavors and options with prices.

Directions

You have to make some decisions to determine the best options for your ice cream scoop, bowl sizes, and cone sizes. You will use your knowledge of volume of cones, cylinders, and spheres to help you make your decision. A report for your benefactor will be provided to explain your choices. You can use the Sample Report attached in this assignment to help you put your report together.

Your report should have 5 sections:

Ice Cream Scoop Choice including:

Volume of the scoop (round to the nearest tenth)

Cost for you per scoop (round to the nearest penny)

Brief explanation of why you chose the scoop. Be sure to use complete sentences.

Ice Cream Bowl Choice including:

Volume of the bowl (round to the nearest tenth)

Total number of scoops that can fit in the bowl (round to the nearest whole number)

Brief explanation of why you chose the bowl. Be sure to use complete sentences.

Ice Cream Sugar Cone Choice including:

Volume of the cone (round to the nearest tenth)

Total number of scoops that could fit in the cone (round to the nearest whole number)

Brief explanation of why you chose the sugar cone

Ice Cream Waffle Cone Choice including:

Volume of the cone (round to the nearest tenth)

Total number of scoops that could fit in the cone (round to the nearest whole number)

Brief explanation of why you chose the waffle cone

Cost to Customers

For this section you will figure your cost for each of the options and then add 40% to the customer cost. You should include the following options:

Single scoop for bowl, sugar cone, & waffle cone: Be sure to give your cost and the customer cost. (Round to the nearest penny.)

Double scoop for bowl, sugar cone, & waffle cone: Be sure to give your cost and the customer cost. (Round to the nearest penny.)

Supporting Information

Ice Cream Supplier Information

3-gallon tub costs $12.00: diameter = 25 cm, height = 30 cm

Assume tubs are in the shape of a cylinder.

Ice Cream Scoop Choices

Scoop 1: diameter = 3 cm

Scoop 2: diameter = 4 cm

Assume all scoops result in spheres of ice cream.

Ice Cream Bowl Choices

Bowl 1: diameter = 8 cm, height = 5 cm

Bowl 2: diameter = 10 cm, height = 6 cm

The cost for either bowl choice is $0.25 each.

Assume all bowls are in the shape of a cylinder.

Ice Cream Cone Choices

Sugar Cone 1: diameter = 4 cm, height = 10 cm

Sugar Cone 2: diameter = 6 cm, height = 12 cm

The cost for either sugar cone choice is $0.50 each.

Waffle Cone 1: diameter = 7 cm, height = 16 cm

Waffle Cone 2: diameter = 9 cm, height = 20 cm

The cost for either waffle cone choice is $0.75 each.

Assume all cones are in the shape of a cone.

Answer

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Answer:Sugar Cone 1 * 4 * 10

Sugar Cone 2*6*12

The cost for either sugar cone choice is $0.50 * $0.50

Waffle Cone 1 * 7 * 16

Waffle Cone 2 * 9 * 20

The cost for either waffle cone $0.75 * $0.75

Assume all cones are in the shape of a cone.

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