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Paula purchased adult and child tickets for the carnival. Tickets cost $19.95 for each adult and $9.95 for each child. Let x represent the number of adult tickets purchased and y represent the number of child tickets purchased. Write an expression to represent the total cost of the tickets Paula purchased. A. $19.95x + $9.95y B. $19.95y + $9.95x C.($19.95 + $9.95)(x + y) D. ($19.95 - $9.95)(x + y) Please help give you a medal

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you think?

  2. anonymous
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    i don't know

  3. anonymous
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    x represents the number of adult tickets. The cost of an adult ticket is 19.95

  4. anonymous
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    So the adult tickets would be represented by 19.95x

  5. anonymous
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    So lets say 3 adult tickets were sold. you would replace the x with 3 19.95(3)=59.85

  6. anonymous
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    So that's how this type of equation works

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    How would you represent the child tickets?

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    i dont know

  9. anonymous
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    how much are child tickets

  10. anonymous
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    $9.95

  11. anonymous
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    is it A

  12. anonymous
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    ya

  13. anonymous
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    Do you understand?

  14. anonymous
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    yes

  15. anonymous
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    thank you

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