[100 + 54] 910 + 291.60 = 1,201.60 (too much) [90 + 64] 819 + 345.60 = 1,164.60 (too much) [80 + 74] 728 + 399.60 = 1,127.60 (too little) so answer is between 65 and 73 child tickets 1,135.00 - 1,127.60 = 7.40 9.10 - 5.40 = 3.70 7.40 / 3.70 = 2 so adjusting [80 + 74] by that 2 ... [82 + 72] 746.20 + 388.80 = 1,135.00 Answer: 72 child tickets (and 82 adult tickets)
Total cost: 9.25 times 6 = 55.50
The theater sells child and senior tickets for $3, and other tickets for $6.50. The theater sold 445 tickets and collected $2,518 from it. How many of each ticket did the theater sell?
The demand for movie tickets is elastic as if the price of movie tickets go up people will try to deny seeing movie as it is not necessary for survival and is one the luxury . It may not be affected if the person is rich and if he is rich he can easily buy the tickets and buying the tickets will require only small portion of his income .
Depends on the movie being shown and at which theater. Prices for kids are usually a little bit less than adult tickets. Inquire locally at the movie house you want to visit.
7 Adult tickets 13 Child tickets
At Bella Terra there about $11.25 per adult and $8.25 per child
You can buy movie tickets at fandango.com.
This depends on location and your age. For example, an adult ticket in San Francisco would cost around $11.00 (if you want 3D it is about $15.)
In southwest VA where I live, adult tickets were around $4.00 as I recall.
It depends on your location and age. In large metropolitan areas movie tickets are generally more expensive than other places; for example: A child's/senior's ticket in San Francisco is around $8.00 and an adult's ticket is around $11.00.
The average price of a movie ticket for an adult younger than a senior and older than a student is around $8.00
One can obtain free movie tickets on "Fandango" or one could ask a family member or friend to buy them movie tickets. Those are the only ways to get free movie tickets.