Tickets for a certain show cost $15 , $24 , or, for VIP seats, $41. If nine times as many $15 tickets were sold as VIP tickets, and the number of $15 tickets sold was 56 more than the sum of the number...

Tickets for a certain show cost $15 , $24 , or, for VIP seats, $41. If nine times as many $15 tickets were sold as VIP tickets, and the number of $15 tickets sold was 56 more than the sum of the number...

the sum of two numbers is 2 and the product is 126. what are the two numbers

The telephone company offers two billing plans for local calls. Plan 1 charges $36 per month for unlimited calls and Plan 2 charges $16 per month plus $0.05 per call. a. Use an inequality to find...

In a survey at a local university, 28% of students say that they get less than the recommended eight hours of sleep per night. In a group of 3500 students, how many would you expect get eight or more...

Upper AA 105105-inch length of ribbon is to be cut into three pieces. The longest piece is to be 4040 inches longer than the shortest piece, and the third piece is to be...

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I need help forming an equation based on this word problem. I have tried using this x+x+3=88 ir 2x+2(x+3)=88

I need to use a system of linear equations to solve this. I have another question that i'm stuck on

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A store is having a sale on trail mix and jelly beans. For 5 pounds of trail mix and 3 pounds of jelly beans, the total cost is $20 . For 2 pounds of trail mix...

Jason rolls a dice once, if he gets a number greater than 5, he will roll the two dices again, if the sum of the two dices is greater than the previous number he got, he wins. What is the probability...

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Word problem

Word problem

This word problem has a book with pages and you have to fond out what two pages make up 26406 if they were right next to each

I have been trying for the past few days to figure this out but I can't even figure out how to write the equation.

Brett has a $30 online gift voucher. He plans to buy as many books as he can. The cost of each book is $4. There is also a single shipping charge of $2. How many books can he afford without spending...