Algebra

is the answer correct?

Alice’s school is selling tickets to the school carnival. On the first day of ticket sales, the school sold 3 adult tickets and 9 student tickets for a total of $75. The second day, the school sold $67 by selling 8 adult and 5 student tickets. What is the price each of one adult and one student ticket?

answer: student price $7, adult price $4

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  1. 3a+9s = 75
    8a+5s = 67
    The answer is correct, but what a ripoff!
    What school charges more for student tickets than for visitors?

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  2. Haha, good.

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