A movie theater charges $8 per movie ticket. How much would it cost for six people?

Let x represent the number of tickets

Let y represent the cost, in dollars

Write an equation to represent the situaion.

A movie theater charges $8 per movie ticket. How much would it cost for six people?

Let x represent the number of tickets

Let y represent the cost, in dollars

Write an equation to represent the situaion.

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Stamford, CT

Hi Jade,

Cost of movie ticket for 1 people=$8

Cost of movie ticket for 6 people=6×8=$48

Let x represent the number of tickets

Let y represent the cost

so the equation becomes

y=8x

Fairfax Station, VA

y=8x

if x=6, y=8*6=48

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