A swimming pool charges $6 for adults and $4 for children. On a particular day, they made $1326 in admissions. If a total of 289 people paid to swim, there must have been ____ adults and _____ children.
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Adults + Children = 1.326
6a + 4c = 1.326
This equation will give you the adults and children revenue
The total number of people were 289
Adults + Children = 289
So, the system becomes
6a + 4c = 1,326
a + c = 289
now just solve the system.
How do you solve the system?
hmm if you solve say.... a + c = 289 for say "c" what do you get?
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I have no idea. I don't know how to figure it out.
hmmm you may want to brush up your linear simplication material then firstly
a + c = 289
i got bad news, Lauren, if you're having trouble solving for a, then you're really going to hate the process of elimination and substitution. a + c = 289. So solve, do the opposite.
So a - c + c = 289 - c
a = (289 - c)
Now plug it into either equation and solve for a, then plug that back into it and completely solve c.