Posted by **Tara** on Sunday, February 5, 2012 at 2:51pm.

The twin theater charges $7 for adult tickets and $4 for children 12 or under. The theater has 470 seats. The manager wants to have a nightly income ( two shows) of at least $5000. Write a system of inequalities for the number of children and adult tickets that can be sold. Write at least four possible solutions.

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