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6. The price of a ticket for your office Christmas party is $17.75. So far you've sold 28 tickets. How much money should you have? A. $495 B. $427 C. $330 D. $497
28 tickets at $17.75 per ticket is equal to $497. The amount of money you should have is $497. $17.75*28=497
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