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14 April, 16:04

Singer A and Singer B has the top-grossing concert tours for a certain year, together generating $426 million in ticket sales. If singer B took $26 Million less than singer A, how much did each tour generate?

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  1. 14 April, 17:30
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    Singer A tours made $226 million.

    Singer B tours made $200 million.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    If Singer be made x million then Singer B made x - 26 million.

    Total made = $426 million so

    x + x - 26 = 426

    2x = 426 + 26 = 452

    x = $226 million for Singer A.

    Singer B made 426 - 226

    = $200 million.
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