Posted by **jady** on Thursday, September 4, 2008 at 12:07am.

A stadium has 49,000 seats. Seats sell for 25 dollars in Section A, 20 dollars in Section B, and 15 dollars in section C. The number of seats in Section A equals the total number of seats in Sections B and C. Suppose the stadium takes in 1,052,000 dollars from each sold out event. How many seats does each section hold?

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