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shaniquya went to the carnival with her friends. the total cost in dollars, c, of attending the carnival is given by the equation:
5(t10)2t=c
where t represents the number of tickets purchased.
A. if the cost, c, is $10, how many tickets did she purchase?

10 = 5(t  10)  2t
10 = 5t  50  2t
10 = 3t  50
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