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Skyway Amphitheater sells pavilion tickets for $45 per ticket and lawn tickets for $15 per ticket. You and your group of friends bought tickets for a concert this Friday and the total bill was $315. This scenario can be modeled by the equation 45x + 15y = 315 where "x" represents the number of pavilion tickets and "y" represents the number of lawn tickets. Which of the following is not a possible combination of pavilion tickets and lawn tickets? 3 pavilion tickets and 10 lawn tickets 7 pavilion tickets and 0 lawn tickets 4 pavilion tickets and 9 lawn tickets 0 pavilion tickets and
3 pavilion tickets and 10 lawn tickets That's the one that can't be right just subbbsittute the choices in for x and y and see if it adds up to 315
A. 3Pavilion tickets and 10 Lawn Tickets, because 45(3)=135 15(10)= 150 150+135=285 not 315 so its A.