# math

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sean is buying a player for \$315. interest free payment plan. pays \$25 each month.

a. how much will he owe after 1 payment? 2 payments? 3 payments?

b. use n to stand for the number of payments and a for the amount still owed. write an equation for calculating a for any value of n.

c. use your equation to make a table and graph showing the relationship between n and a.

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Here is your equation, but you can do the rest.

315 - n(25) = a

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