# Tour

35 people went on a tour and paid 8530, -. Employees pay 165, and family members 310. How many employees and how many family members went to the tour?

Result

a =  16
b =  19

#### Solution:

a+b=35
165a+310b=8530

a+b = 35
165a+310b = 8530

a = 16
b = 19

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