Real Life Equation, 4 questions, Algebra 2

Aug 27th, 2015
Anonymous
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Engineering
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Question description

Suppose you, your uncle, and your little brother are purchasing passes to Cedar Point. You pay x dollars for your adult pass, $28 dollars less for your little brother's pass, and your uncle's senior citizen rate $16 less than your adult pass. Two hours after the park opens, 4668 adult passes, 118 senior passes, and 634 children passes are sold. The park's income for these two hours is $186,320.                                                 Number 1. If the number of people entering the park is consistent, how many people could you expect to be in the park after 6 hours?                                                                                                                                   Number 2. Write an equation to represent the income of the amusement park after the first 2 hours. Let x= the cost of the adult pass. Solve your equation and use it to determine the individual prices of an adult pass, a child pass, and a senior citizen pass.                                                                                                              Number 3. What is the total cost for you, your brother, and your uncle to enter the park?                    Number 4. Suppose there is a 20% discount on both senior citizen and children's passes. Determine the total income for the park in the first two hours. SORRY FOR THIS :/

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