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Linda was selling tickets for the school play. She sold 10 more adult
tickets than children tickets and she sold twice as many senior tickets as
children tickets. Adult tickets cost $5, senior tickets cost $3 and children
tickets cost $2. Linda made $700. Write an equation to model the situation
so that we can find the amount of tickets sold to adults, children, and seniors.

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  1. A = C + 10

    S = 2C

    5A + 3S + 2C = 700

    5(C+10) + 3(2C) + 2C = 700

    Solve for C then A and S.

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  3. what about

    Members of the band boosters are planning to sell programs at football
    games. The cost to print the programs is $150 plus $0.50 per program.
    They plan to sell each program for $2. Write an inequality to model the
    situation so that we can find how many programs must be sold to make a
    profit of at least $500.

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