anonymous
  • anonymous
A school is planning an event to raise $1,000 for charity. The cost of organizing the event is $200. The tickets are priced at $6 per child and $8 per adult. If x children and y adults attend the event, the equation that represents the total revenue that the organizers must collect from ticket sales to raise the targeted amount of $1,000 after paying for the $200 in expenses is . If the event were only for adults, how many adults would have to attend for the organizers to raise the targeted amount & how would you set it up as a equation with the given information ?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@misty1212
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can either one of you two help me ? please..

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@ccieux can you help me ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
6x+8y - 200 = 1000 perhaps?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Hero can you help me?
Hero
  • Hero
Did you copy and paste this question from somewhere else?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no why ? @Hero
Hero
  • Hero
Something appears to be missing from the question.
anonymous
  • anonymous
so you cant answer it @Hero
Hero
  • Hero
I can help you with it if adequate information is posted.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok forget that question, what about this one @Hero Paul works for a company that deals in paints and dyes. He is paid a fixed monthly salary plus 15 percent commission on monthly sales over $20,000 If Paul manages to achieve total monthly sales of $x, which is over $20,000, the function f(x) representing Paul's monthly sales over $20,000 is given by a. x-20,000 b. x+20,000 c. 20,000-x d. 20,000/x If x is the sales amount over $20,000, the function g(x) giving Paul's commission is a. 0.15-x b. 0.15x c. 15-x/100 d. 0.15/x The function g(f(x)) representing Paul's commission on monthly sales above $20,000, where x is Paul's total monthly sales amount, is given by a. x-0.15(20,000) b. (20,000-x)/0.15 c. 0.15(x-20,000) d. 0.15x-20,000
anonymous
  • anonymous
If Paul's sales If Paul's sales in a particular month are $27,500, his commission for the month is $ a. 1,125 b. 2,500 c. 4,500 d. 24,500
Hero
  • Hero
Open Study was not designed so that one question at a time can be posted per thread. See the blue box above? That's the area where the question is posted. Everything afterwards counts as the "discussion".
anonymous
  • anonymous
so cant help me the question i just posted? @Hero
Hero
  • Hero
You have to post it as a separate question, otherwise, I can't deal with you. It's annoying when you use Open Study in a manner that it was not designed for. I just explained to you how to use OS.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh alright ..
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks i didnt know

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