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The ticket office makes $5 profit each evening ticket sold and $3 on each matinee ticket sold. The ticket office wants to sell at least 50 evening tickets per week and at least 40 matinee tickets per week. Its goal is to earn at least $250 profit in sales per week. Find all possible combinations of evening tickets and matinee tickets that the ticket office needs to sell to meet their goal.
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