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A certain theater has 100 balcony seats. For every $2 [#permalink] Show Tags 26 Jul 2003, 08:33 00:00 Difficulty: (N/A) Question Stats: 0% (00:00) correct 0% (00:00) wrong based on 0 sessions HideShow timer Statistics This topic is locked. If you want to discuss this question please re-post it in the respective forum. A certain theater has 100 balcony seats. For every$2 increase in the price of a balcony seat above $10, 5 fewer seats will be sold. If all the balcony seats are sold when the price of each seat is$10, which of the following could be the price of a balcony seat if the revenue from the sale of balcony seats is $1,360? SVP Joined: 03 Feb 2003 Posts: 1603 Followers: 8 Kudos [?]: 245 [0], given: 0 Show Tags 26 Jul 2003, 11:40 (10+2n)(100-5n)=1360 n=3 or 12, so the price can be$16 or $34 Eternal Intern Joined: 07 Jun 2003 Posts: 467 Location: Lone Star State Followers: 1 Kudos [?]: 144 [0], given: 0 Show Tags 26 Jul 2003, 14:37 The trick is you can view the$2 increase and five seat decrease as the same, instead of representing them as two seperate variables.

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