Intermediate Algebra

19th Edition

ISBN: 9780998625720

Author: Lynn Marecek

Publisher: OpenStax College

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A fundraising dinner was held on two consecutive nights. On the first night, 425 adult tickets and 316 children's tickets were sold, for a total of $5,089. On the second night, 542 adult tickets and 345 children's tickets were sold, for a total of $6,258. Find the price of each type of ticket.

How do I set up this system of equations so that I can find the price of the adult ticket and the children's ticket?

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