algebra writeing equations
posted by marko .
often you can write an equation to solve a problem
need help these 3
1) a band made a profit of $352 from a concert. the band sold 116 tickets and spent $25 on advertising. how much did each ticket cost?
i wrotE: $353 $25 /116 = COST PER TICKET is this right?
write an inequality for each statement:
2)the ticket is at most $10
i wrote:
t >= $10
3)the race is less than 5 miles
i wrote: r < 5
is this ok?

1. is right.
2. The cost per ticket is $2.83
I think you can find a better inequality.
3. right 
#2 ) answer could it be;
t < $10 
sorry forget what i wrote
for #2 could it be;
the ticket is at most $10
t > 10 
OK.

ok so #2
the ticket is at most $10
statement is
t > 10
right? 
Right.
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