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Posted by **HI** on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 9:58pm.

a)choose a variable to represent the number of coupons.

b)Write an Algebraic expression that describes the amount Winnie paid for the box of DVDs.

c)use your expression to calculate how much Winnie would pay if she had 5 coupons.

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**drwls**, Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 2:03ama)choose a variable to represent the number of coupons.

Let's choose N

b)Write an Algebraic expression that describes the amount Winnie paid for the box of DVDs.

Let C be the amount paid.

C = 56 - 3N

c)use your expression to calculate how much Winnie would pay if she had 5 coupons.

For N = 5,

C = 56 - 15 = 41

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