In a certain clothing store, 3 shirts and 5 ties cost \$60, and 2 shirts and 3 ties cost \$39. What is the cost of each shirt? a.\$3.00 b.\$12.00 c.\$15.00
c: \$15
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User: In a certain clothing store, 3 shirts and 5 ties cost \$60, and 2 shirts and 3 ties cost \$39. What is the cost of each shirt? a.\$3.00 b.\$12.00 c.\$15.00

Weegy: c: \$15

User: If two adults and three children go to the movies, it costs \$31.50. If one adult and five children go to the movies, it costs \$35.00. What is the cost of one adult movie ticket? a.\$5.50 b.\$6.50 c.\$7.50

Weegy: c.\$7.50

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Updated 8/20/2014 7:52:18 AM
In a certain clothing store, 3 shirts and 5 ties cost \$60, and 2 shirts and 3 ties cost \$39. the cost of each shirt is 15.
Assuming that cost of shirt is x, cost of tie is y.
3x+5y=60, 2x+3y=39.
x=(39-3y)/2
3(30-3y)/72+5y=60,
y=120-117=3.
x=(39-3x3)/2
=30/2
=15.
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Updated 8/20/2014 7:55:50 AM
A piggy bank contains \$5.45 in dimes and quarters. If the bank contains 29 coins, 17 quarters are in the bank.
Assuming that number of dime is a , quarters is b,
a+b=29
0.1a+0.25b=5.45
a=29-b
0.1(29-b)+0.25b=5.45
b=17
a=29-17=12.
dimes are 12 , quarters are 17
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Updated 8/20/2014 7:46:40 AM
The expression of 0.2x + 0.7y is equal to A 20% acid solution is mixed with a 70% acid solution to get 50 liters of a 40% solution.
Assuming that 20% acid is , 70% acid is y,
20%*x+70%*y=50*40%
0.2x+0.7y=20.
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