# A Bakery bakes 235 cakes every day. There are 15 people working in the shop. If everybody creates the same amount of cakes each, how many cakes does one person create?

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To find out how many cakes one person creates, you divide the total number of cakes baked by the number of people working in the bakery. In this case, you divide 235 cakes by 15 people. So, each person creates approximately 15.67 cakes.

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