# It costs John $13.50 to take Mary out for the evening. Sixty percent of this total was for theater tickets. What was the cost of each ticket?

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To find the cost of each theater ticket, follow these steps:

- Calculate the total cost for theater tickets, which is 60% of $13.50.
- Since the question implies that the cost for the theater tickets is for both John and Mary, divide the total cost for theater tickets by 2 to find the cost of each ticket.

Let's calculate the cost of each ticket.The cost of each theater ticket was $4.05.

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