# SOLUTION: The concession stand sells hot dogs and drinks during their high school foot ball game. John bought 6 hot dogs and 4 drinks and paid \$6.70. Jessica bought 4 hot dogs and 3 drinks a

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 Question 349181: The concession stand sells hot dogs and drinks during their high school foot ball game. John bought 6 hot dogs and 4 drinks and paid \$6.70. Jessica bought 4 hot dogs and 3 drinks and paid \$4.65. What is the price of a hot dog?Answer by josmiceli(9680)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let = price of 1 hotdog (in cents) Let = price of 1 drink (in cents) given: For John: (1) For Jessica: (2) Multiply both sides of (1) by and both sides of (2) by Then subtract (2) from (1) (1) (2) Then, from (1) (1) The price of a hotdog is 75 cents