O SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS Paul Solving a value mixture problem using a system of linear equ. EspaMol Suppose that there are two types of tickets to a show: advance and same-day. The combined cost of one advance ticket and one same-day ticket is $65. For one performance, 35 advance tickets and 15 same-day tickets were sold. The total amount paid for the tickets was $1575. What was the price of each kind of ticket? Note that the ALEKS graphing calculator can be used to make computations easier. Advance ticket: $ Same-day ticket: S || Aa

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O SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
Paul
Solving a value mixture problem using a system of linear equ.
EspaMol
Suppose that there are two types of tickets to a show: advance and same-day. The combined cost of one advance ticket and one same-day ticket is $65. For
one performance, 35 advance tickets and 15 same-day tickets were sold. The total amount paid for the tickets was $1575. What was the price of each kind of
ticket?
Note that the ALEKS graphing calculator can be used to make computations easier.
Advance ticket: $
Same-day ticket: S ||
Aa

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O SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS Paul Solving a value mixture problem using a system of linear equ. EspaMol Suppose that there are two types of tickets to a show: advance and same-day. The combined cost of one advance ticket and one same-day ticket is $65. For one performance, 35 advance tickets and 15 same-day tickets were sold. The total amount paid for the tickets was $1575. What was the price of each kind of ticket? Note that the ALEKS graphing calculator can be used to make computations easier. Advance ticket: $ Same-day ticket: S || Aa

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