adult tickets for the show cost $10.50 and each child's ticket cost $7. on sunday the Theater sold 325 tickets for a total revenue of $2982. how many of each ticket did the theater sell on sunday?
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The first two lines of the above post are good.
the third line does not jive.
ah right i originally used a and c as the cost of each ticket
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O.K. vg, I did like the way it started out. Just thought the 3rd line would of been a+c=325.
It would of went this way.
Let c = number of childrens tickets sold
Let a = number of adult tickets sold.
a+c=325 You now have one equation with two unknowns. You are given cost information lets use that to get another equation
10.50a = amount of money made on adult tickets
7c= amount of money made on children tickets (in dollars of course)
$10.50a + $7.00c = $2982 Now you have the second equation with two unknowns.
Here are your two equations:
$10.50a + $7.00c = $2982
You can use the substitution method to solve it. Did you follow with understanding.