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## for every 5 people who bought $9.75 tickets to the football game, 3 people bought $14.50 tickets. If each of 35 people bought a $9.75 ticket

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for every 5 people who bought $9.75 tickets to the football game, 3 people bought $14.50 tickets. If each of 35 people bought a $9.75 ticket, how many people bought the more expensive ticket?

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Answer:21 people

Step-by-step explanation:$9.75 $14.50

5 people to 3 people

35 people to

? peopleconsider the proportions:

5/3 = 35/?we need the equivalent fraction of 5/3 that has 35 on the denominator

so 5/3 = (5/3)(7/7) because 7/7 =1, and 5*3 =35

5/3 =5*7/3*7 = 35/219514 1404 393

Answer:21

Step-by-step explanation:The number who bought expensive tickets is 3/5 of the number who bought cheap tickets.

(3/5)(35) = 21

21 people bought the more expensive ticket.