# Algebra

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A soda cost A cents for each bottle, including the deposit, but there is a refund of B cents on each empty bottle. How much must you pay for X bottles if you bring back Y empties?

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The net cost per bottle is A-B (cents).
Multiply that by X for the total payment required (P).

P = X(A-B)

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