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1260 tickets sold. On the first day, 80% was sold on the second day was sold. How many tickets were sold first and how much the next day?

Correct result:

a =  560
b =  700

Solution:


a+b = 1260
a = 0.80 • b

a+b = 1260
a-0.8b = 0

a = 560
b = 700

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