algebra 2
posted by Lea .
Your uncle loaned you some money and did not charge interest. The amount you owe him at the end of each of the first 5 months is $937.50, $875.00, $760.00, and $687.00. If the pattern continues, how much will you still owe him at the end of one year?

937.5  875 = 62.50
875760 = 115
760  687 = 73
I see no apparent "pattern"
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