Posted by **Jane** on Thursday, October 27, 2011 at 5:07pm.

Suppose your business has a special checking account used just for paying the phone bill. The balance is $1040.00 this month. Next month the balance will be $995.80, after that it will be $951.60, and on the third month the balance will be $907.40. Write a rule to represent the balance in the account as an arithmetic sequence. How many months can you pay your phone bill without depositing any more money in the account?

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