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Admission to the zoo costs $15 for adults and $5 for kids. The total bill for your entire extended family was $390. This scenario can be modeled by the equation 15a + 5k = 390. Which of the following is not a possible combination of adults and kids?

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    There are options?

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    9 adults and 51 kids 23 adults and 0 kids 21 adults and 15 kids 17 adults and 27 kids

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    just replace (a) by number of adults and (k) by number of kids and check if the equation is true... the answer is 23 adults and 0 kids

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    hoblos is right.

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    23 adults, 0 kids.

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