SOLUTION: Tickets for a concert were sold at \$26 each and \$36 each.four times as many \$26 tickets were sold as \$36 tickets. Total revenue from the sale of tickets was \$28000. How many ticket

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 Question 614436: Tickets for a concert were sold at \$26 each and \$36 each.four times as many \$26 tickets were sold as \$36 tickets. Total revenue from the sale of tickets was \$28000. How many tickets of each price were sold?Answer by ewatrrr(10682)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! ``` Hi Tickets for a concert were sold at \$26 each and \$36 each. four times as many \$26 tickets were sold as \$36 tickets. let x and 4x represent the nunber of \$36 and \$26 tickets respectively: Question states***Total revenue from the sale of tickets was \$28000 \$26(4x) + \$36x = \$28000 \$140x = \$28000 x = 28000/104 = 200 \$36 dollar tickets sold and 800 \$26 dollar tickets sold ```