posted by rashmi .
This week, from Sunday until Thursday, the school drama team sold adult and student tickets to their play. The person in charge of selling the tickets kept a record of the number of adult and student tickets sold on each day. However, she forgot which day the tickets were actually sold. She knows how many adult tickets were sold (twenty-seven, twenty-four, twenty-eight, twenty-nine, and five tickets) and how many student tickets were sold (forty-two, forty-five, twenty-four, eighteen, and forty-eight).
Figure out how many student and adult tickets were sold on each day.
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Do you know the maximum seating capacity for the play? Even with that, I could not match up the sales with specific days. Is there other information that was not included?
WEll the coeffecient of 85 multiplied by the prime factorzation's lowest prime would be the range of where the number could land. In these range of numbers you have to find x in this equation. x+v*v=L+f(x+5)f(h*hk+9). You have to plug in the coeffecient of each number possible in the list and solve it algebraically from there. So the information's angle trisection will make it into a triangles 180 degrees attribute. So the equation can be simplified from the transitive property.(V=f(x+9)) Now we can simplify and slove for the numeric midpoint distance of the trisection which would bring out the formula of 3x+c=f(x+y+9h+h) Now with the sides are congruent with angles theorem we can conclude the coeffecient and the numerical effecient has to be between 25-27. Now we can guess and check while the plug-ins will satisfy the decimal number of the inbetweeness of the tan and cosign of the triangle. So the answer is 27. Simple problem.