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A movie theater sells two types of tickets: adult tickets at $6 each and children’s tickets at $4 each. If the theater sold 200 tickets on a given day, how many adult tickets were sold?

(1) The number of children’s tickets sold was 40 more than 3 times the number of adult tickets sold.
(2) The theater earned $400 more on the sale of children’s tickets than it did on the sale of adult tickets.
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C.

1. gives the equation.. 4C = 40 + 18A.
2. gives the equation.. 4C = 400 + 6A.
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uh.... god.. how stupid i can be...
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Don't worry.........been there.....done that....A LOT :-D
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Answer is D

1) Sufficient since you have two equations and 2 variables
2) Sufficient since you have two equations and 2 variables

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2006, 22:12
D for me

Both statements are sufficient to answer the question.

adult + child = 200

st1 40+3A+A=200
st2 C4-A6=400
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