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anonymous
 one year ago
There is a relationship between the expected number of tickets sold for a raffle and the dollar value of the prize for the raffle. The equation T  6P = 100 describes this relationship, where T is the expected number of tickets sold, and P is the dollar value of the raffle prize. Suppose the expected ticket sales for a certain raffle are 1900. Determine the dollar value of the raffle prize.
anonymous
 one year ago
There is a relationship between the expected number of tickets sold for a raffle and the dollar value of the prize for the raffle. The equation T  6P = 100 describes this relationship, where T is the expected number of tickets sold, and P is the dollar value of the raffle prize. Suppose the expected ticket sales for a certain raffle are 1900. Determine the dollar value of the raffle prize.

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samanthagreer
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.119006p=100 subtract 1900 6p=1800 divide by 6 p=300
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