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Posted by **cori** on Friday, August 29, 2014 at 12:18am.

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**Marianne**, Friday, August 29, 2014 at 12:59amx = activity cardholders

y = non-cardhoolders

x + y = 654 tickets

1.50x + 2.00y = 1171.50

x = 654 - y

1.50(654-y) + 2.00y = 1171.50

981 - 1.50y + 2.00y = 1171.50

981 + .50y = 1171.50

.50y = 190.5

y = 381

x + 381 = 654

x = 273

273 activity cardholders

381 non-cardholders

273(1.50) + 381(2.00) = 1171.50

409.50 + 762 = 1171.50

1171.5 = 1171.50

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