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discrete mathmatics.... thats a higher level college course.

An=An−1(1.01)−400

so now balance = past balance(1.01) - 400 ?

\[A _{n}=A _{n-1}(1.01)-400\]

yes

A0 = 10000
the first payment is 10000(1.01) + 400
B[n]=B{n-1}... balance due right?

yes

went wrong way should be adding bc of debt

B{n-1} - B{n-1}(.01) - 400 = B{n}
B{n-1}(1-.01) - 400 = B{n} then right?

how does that look?

We want the balance or the payments?

makes sense

required payments

the payments are:
B{n}(1.01) + 400; right? or you say to negate them to account for debt?

yes

-(1.01)B{n} - 400 = B{n+1} then maybe?

I have the tables

If I have \[u _{n}=u _{n-1}+d\]

u0=4