# SOLUTION: okay here is the question...Ticket sales for the band concert totaled \$1200. The adult tickets were \$2 each. Student tickets were \$1 each. There were twice as many adults tickets s

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 Question 14323: okay here is the question...Ticket sales for the band concert totaled \$1200. The adult tickets were \$2 each. Student tickets were \$1 each. There were twice as many adults tickets sold as student tickets. How many of each kind were sold? i need to see how you got the answer Answer by LilSkittleMd(119)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let A=adult tickets S=student tickets First you need to set up your equations 2A+1S=1200 A=2S To solve this use the substitution method and plug in what A is equal to 2(2S)+1S=1200 Distribute 4S+1S=1200 Combine like terms 5S=1200 Divide both sides by 5 S=240 Now plug in the S value into one of the original equations A=2(240) A=480 There were 240 student tickets sold and 480 adult tickets sold