# The USDA recommends the following grams of protein for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily: 17g breakfast, 20g lunch, 16g dinner. What percentage of your total protein intake should be served at breakfast

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #1625532
2 months ago

32.07% of the total protein intake should be served at breakfast.

### Equation

An equation is an expression that is used to show the relationship between two or more variables and numbers.

From the question:

Total protein intake = 17g + 20g + 16g = 53 g

Percentage of total protein at breakfast = (17/53) * 100% = 32.07%

32.07% of the total protein intake should be served at breakfast.

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## Solution 2

Guest #1625533
2 months ago

For this case we have that the total daily protein consumption is given by:

Now, we find the percentage corresponding to breakfast:

53g ---------> 100%

17g -----------> x

Where "x" represents the percentage of protein equivalent to breakfast:

Thus, at breakfast approximately 32.08% of the total protein should be consumed.

32.08%

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