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my brain is so fried right now
Ez give me a minute
Uh-oh sorry you dont need to do this if u dont want to
940 children. 540 adults.
I don't have this question. I haave this one
k Thank you! is he right @DARTHVADER2900
you used a cacultor thats cheating tommy
@tommynaiter please do not just post answers. The code of conduct says "Don't provide someone with just the answer - explain the process, and help guide them through understanding the problem." Providing just an answer does not help guide the poster through understanding the problem.
is his answer correct tho?
But everyone else seems to be more important
but is it correct?
Admission to the zoo is $6 for children and $9 for adults. On a certain day, 1480 people go to the zoo and $10,500 is collected. We can write two equations: \[10,500 = 6c + 9a\]where \(c\) is the number of children and \(a\) is the number of adults \[1480 = c+a\] In other words, count of children + adults is 1480, and the money taken in totals 10,500 if we get $6 per child and $9 per adult. Know how to solve that system of equations?
im having trouble sir...:(
Have you heard of the substitution method?
I am working it out.
No sir im telling you i dont know..:( YOUR MAKING ME SAD
I believe that @Tommynaiter is right. :)
OK ILL GO WITH IT
Yeah, he is right
Going with an answer you don't even know how to check, much less get, is not the recipe for success...even if it is correct.
Don't you want to know how to solve these yourself, so you have a fighting chance on the test?
A collection of dimes and nickels is worth $9.50. There are 132 coins in all. How many of each coin are there? dimes nickels
@Vickyisthesmartone123 This is exactly the same as the one before. Set up 2 equations with 2 variables and solve it :) Just like @whpalmer4 showed.
IM CRYING NOW I FEEL TERRIB;E
58 DIMES 74 NICKELS
AHHHH THANKS NOW IMA SEE IF IM SEE IF I PASS
I DID 100%
GOOD JOB!!!! :D
Yea good job! Then you 100% know how to solve 2 equations with 2 variables :)
Or not..... :(
there sorry i logged out because i was in a rush here i gotta do a lot of things LOL