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Madison high school is putting on a school play. they decide to charge $11 for main floor seats and $7 for balcony seats. if the school sold twice as many main floor seats as balcony seats and made $870, how many of each type of seat did they sell?

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  • Jim Winger Oct 04, 2010

    Have you asked the Madison High principal?



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