Author Rhiannan97 in Mathematics, 07.15.2018

A group of adults and kids went to see a movie. Tickets cost $8.50 each for adults and$4.50 each for kids, and the group paid $79.00 in total. There were 6 fewer adults than kids in the group.I'm new to this sort of problem and I really don't know how to do this. How do I find what this is asking for? Can someone go through it step-by-step for me ?

Answered by D3xt3R

I'm sorry about my bad english, but I'll try to help you, OK?!first we need to attribute a name to the variable, let's calleach number means the price...we know that all group are formed by kids and adults, so...now we need more one equation, but we can see... "There were 6 fewer adults than kids in the group."translating...then...now we can replace the second row at first rownow we replace the value that we found...

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