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AshhSmith

  • 2 years ago

A concert hall earned $40,000 in sold−out comedy ticket sales. Front section tickets cost $150 per seat and back section tickets cost $50 per seat. The number of front section seats is three times the number of back section seats. How many seats are in the front section?

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  1. fewscrewsmissing
    • 2 years ago
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    Create a system of equations for it and solve them simultaneously. Let 'f' be the number of front-row seats, and 'b' the number of back-row seats: 150f + 50b = 40,000 f = 3b

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