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e A circus company sold 42 tickets on a particular day. The entry fee is $7 for an adult and $3 for a child. The total amount collected was $182. How many adults and children went to the circus on that day? e

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e An Opera house collected $8,880 by selling tickets. The people sitting in the row A are charged $15 and the people sitting in row B are charged $11. The total number of tickets sold is 680. Find the number of people sitting in row A and row B. e

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e Charlie and Dennis went to a shopping mall. Charlie bought 3 jeans and 6 Tshirts by paying $186. Dennis paid $239 for buying 6 jeans and 5 Tshirts. Find the cost of each jeans and Tshirt. e

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e A mechanical plant hires 526 labors on a daily wage scheme paying $4,044. Men are paid $9 and women are paid $6. Find the number of men and women hired. e

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e A shopkeeper sold 24 softballs and basketballs for a sum of $240. The price of a softball is $8 and that of a basketball is $20. How many softballs and basketballs did the shopkeeper sell? e

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e Gary purchased 26 pens and markers for $110. The price of a marker is $7 and the price of a pen is $4. How many pens and markers did Gary buy? e

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e The price of each marble is $4 and the price of each dice is $2. A total of 61 marbles and dice were purchased for $210. Find the number of marbles and the number of dice purchased. e

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e Rose purchased a total of 17 books and toys for the Rupert play school. Each book costs $11 and each toy costs $6. How many books and toys did she buy for $157? e

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e Lindsay earns $7 per hour doing a part time job while George earns $13. If they work a total of 9 hours, how many hours does each of them work, if they earn a total of $99? e

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e Mr.Charlie rents a floral arch for 15 hours and a barbeque grill for 3 hours by paying $261 for his house warming function. He rents the floral arch for 7 hours and the barbeque grill for 3 hours by paying $141 for another function. Find the hourly rates of floral arch and barbeque grill. e

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e Which of the following equations would you use to isolate the variable? 4x + 7y = 1 [Equation 1] x  3y =  2 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following equations would you use to isolate the variable?  2x + y = 28 [Equation 1] 5x + 4y = 38 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following ordered pairs satisfies the linear system? 5x  4y = 20 [Equation 1]  x + 3y = 7 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following ordered pairs satisfies the linear system?  x + y = 4 [Equation 1] 3x  2y = 7 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following ordered pairs satisfies the linear system?  p + q = 8 [Equation 1] 2p + 5q = 26 [Equation 2] e

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e Solve the linear system. 4x + 5y = 23 7x  5y = 1 e

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e Solve the linear system.  x + y =  20 17x  y = 68 e

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e Solve the linear system. 2x + y = 2  3x  5y = 18 e

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e Solve the linear system. 5x  6y = 10  (1)  6x + 7y = 11  (2) e

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e Katie purchased a total of 39 books and toys for the Eureka play school. Each book costs $17 and each toy costs $9. How many books and toys did she buy for $527? e

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e Choose the easiest method to solve the linear system. 5x + y = 6  6x  4y = 4 e

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e Choose the easiest method to solve the linear system.
3x + 4y = 5 2x  5y = 11 e

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e Choose the easiest method to solve the linear system. 5x + 2y = 16 x  4y =  10 e

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e Choose the best method to solve the linear system.  8x + 3y = 5 11x  5y =  16 e

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e Jim bought two types of movie tickets at $4 and $5 for 8 of his friends. Total cost of the tickets is $37. Let x be the number of $4 tickets and y be the number of $5 tickets. Which system of linear equations represents the situation? e

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e The cost of an apple is $1 and that of an orange is $0.4. Gary purchased 18 fruits for $15. If A represents the number of apples and O the number of oranges, which system of linear equations represents the situation? e

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e A shopkeeper sold 36 softballs and basketballs for a sum of $396. The price of a softball is $9 and that of a basketball is $27. How many softballs and basketballs did the shopkeeper sell? e

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e Nathan purchased 28 pens and markers for $88. The price of a marker is $5 and the price of a pen is $3. How many pens and markers did Nathan buy? e

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e Lindsay earns $7 per hour doing a part time job while William earns $13. If they work a total of 13 hours, how many hours does each of them work, if they earn a total of $139? e

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e Mr.Victor rents a floral arch for 16 hours and a barbeque grill for 4 hours by paying $144 for his house warming function. He rents the floral arch for 5 hours and the barbeque grill for 2 hours by paying $48 for another function. Find the hourly rates of floral arch and barbeque grill. e

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e Which of the following equations would you use to isolate the variable? 10x + 13y = 1 [Equation 1] x  9y =  8 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following equations would you use to isolate the variable?  5x + y = 12 [Equation 1] 2x + 5y = 51 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following ordered pairs satisfies the linear system? 2x  2y = 2 [Equation 1]  x + 4y = 8 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following ordered pairs satisfies the linear system?  x + y = 6 [Equation 1] 4x  3y = 9 [Equation 2] e

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e Which of the following ordered pairs satisfies the linear system?  p + q = 7 [Equation 1] 4p + 7q = 5 [Equation 2] e

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e Solve the linear system. 3x + 4y = 25 5x  4y = 1 e

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e Solve the linear system.  x + y =  12 10x  y = 30 e

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e Solve the linear system. 4x + y = 18  5x  2y = 21 e

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e Solve the linear system. 2x  3y = 19  (1)  3x + 4y = 24  (2) e

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e The price of each marble is $4 and the price of each dice is $2. A total of 55 marbles and dice were purchased for $174. Find the number of marbles and the number of dice purchased. e

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