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learning module 6

Admission to a hockey game for 6 adults and 4 children is $590.00. Two adults and 4 children cost $290.00. What is the cost of an adult ticket? What is the cost of a childs ticket? Adult= $75.0 Child= $35.00
John rowed 9.5 miles downstream in 1.5 hours, but the return trip took 4 hours. Find the rate John rows in still water and the rate of the current. John's speed= 4.4mph current= 1.95mph
Suzie need to prepare 170 pounds of blended coffee beans that sell for $4.15 per pound. she has a bean that costs $6.00 per pound and a bean that costs $2.50 per pound. How many pounds of each bean does she need? $6.00/pound bean= 80 pounds $2.50/pound bean= 90 pounds
The sum of two numbers is 45. The second number is two times greater than the first. Find the two numbers. 15 & 30
Write a system of equations in x and y DO NOT SOLVE A smaller number and a larger number add up to 36 and they have a difference of 12. Let x be the larger number. x+y=36 x-y=12
Write a system of equations in x and y DO NOT SOLVE Janet hasa total of $6700 invested in two accounts. The larger account is $700 greater than the smaller account. Let x equal the larger account. x+y=6700 x=y+700
The sum of two numbers is 27. The difference of the numbers is 1. What are the numbers? 13 & 14
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