6th grade math

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Total tickets sold$1625. Adults $7,kids $3. Twice as many kids as adults bought tickets. How many adults and kid tickets were sold.

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    Let a = adults

    7a + 2(3a) = 1625
    13a = 1625
    a = 125

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    125

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