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A magic show sold tickets for $2 for every child and $3 for every adult. The total sales were $118. The difference of two times the number of adults and half the children will total 20. Using the elimination method for the system of equations, what is the number of adults and children at the magic show? A. adults = 5 children = 30 B. adults = 18 children = 32 C. adults = 16 children = 35 D. adults = 32 children = 18

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  1. tigerelf
    • 3 years ago
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    A=adults C=children so for answer a A=5 and C=30 5*2=10 and C/2=15 the difference is 5 so this does not work if you do this for all of the answers b=20 c=5.5 d=55 the right answer is b

  2. xxdgffsdgdfgffgsg
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    Thanks and I figured that out about 10 minutes after posting but thanks for taking your time to reply

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