# How many salads can be made from a case of lettuce?

## Question:

Henrietta prepares 8 salads and uses 7 tablespoons of Romano cheese for each salad. If one case of lettuce is equivalent to a yield of how many salads?

## Answer:

The question asks for the yield of a case of lettuce in terms of the number of salads it can produce, but it does not provide enough information to give a precise answer.

The question appears to be asking about the yield of a case of lettuce in terms of the number of salads it can produce. However, the provided reference information does not give a direct answer to this query. But, based on the example provided with Henrietta preparing salads, we can discuss yield in a similar context.

Henrietta needs 7 tablespoons of Romano cheese for each of the 8 salads she is preparing. We would execute similar calculations to determine how many salads can be made from a case of lettuce, if the required quantity of lettuce per salad was known.

To answer such a question, one would need to know the size of the case of lettuce and the amount of lettuce used in each salad. With this information, we could simply divide the total quantity of lettuce by the amount needed per salad to find the yield. Unfortunately, without this crucial information, providing a precise answer is not possible.