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Pablo purchased adult and youth tickets for the football game. He bought x adult tickets for $74 each and y youth tickets for $35. Write an expression that can be used to show the total cost, C, of all tickets. C = (74 + 35)x C = (74 + 35)(x + y) C = 74y + 35x C = 74x + 35y

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    cost = (price of adult ticket)*(number of adult tickets) + (price of child's ticket)(number of child's tickets)

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    d?

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    yes

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    Jamie purchased a DVD that was on sale for 15% off. The sales tax in her county is 5%. Let y represent the original price of the DVD. Write an expression that can be used to determine the final cost of the DVD. y − 0.15y 0.05(0.85y) y − 0.85y + 0.05y 1.05(0.85y)

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    (1 + sales tax)(0.85*original price)

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    D?

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    yes

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    so many D's ! lol

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    distribute the 2/3

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