(Logic Question) If it takes 10 chefs 10 minutes to make 10 pizzas, how long would it take 100 chefs to make 100 pizzas?
Logic tells me I need to know how many ovens
Not enough information is given.
If they’re using the same kitchen & oven as the 10 chefs did, it could be 100 minutes or longer. ...too many cooks in the kitchen. 😉
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If they have enough ovens
10 minutes then
I was going to ask the same thing. Not even sure 100 chefs could make 100 pizzas in the kitchen made for 10 chefs
Let’s assume the kitchen is large enough and there are enough ovens.
It’s more of a math problem.
Mote chefs needed. It's unionized
You assume a linear growth relationship. 100 simultaneous pizza requires a very different facility. My guess is the limiting factor isn’t the number of chefs, but the number of ovens. Now, that doesn’t mean there isn’t also an issue with resource distribution ...