The Table Below Shows the Sales at A Small Restaurant in A Downtown Business District

The table below shows the sales at a small restaurant in a downtown business district. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


The table below shows the sales at a small restaurant in a downtown business district

The table shows daily sales at a restaurant in the downtown business district during an October week. The data is split into two parts, the first being sale generated for lunch and the second for dinner.

Overall, the restaurant’s dinner sales amount was higher than that of lunch and sales during weekends was lower than that of a regular weekday.

Firstly, in lunch, there is a maximum sale of $2595 on Wednesday and a minimum on Sunday, which is $1550. The sale on Monday, Tuesday and Friday are almost similar as there is only a $50 difference between Monday and Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, respectively. Further, the sale is declined on weekdays.

At dinner, the sale is maximum on Friday and minimum on Sunday, $4350 and $2450 respectively. There is a slight gap in sales on Tuesday and Thursday, and the gap is only $50 on these days. Besides, the sales figure is above $3445 during weekdays but declined rapidly on weekends.

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