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anonymous
 4 years ago
Uilani donates money to her favorite charity every year. She decides that starting next year, she will increase her donation by the same amount every year. Match her Year 1 and Year 2 donations with the amount that you expect her to donate in Year 5.
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Year 1: $25, Year 2: $35 A) $59
Year 1: $30, Year 2: $38 B) $68
Year 1: $35, Year 2: $41 C) $65
Year 1: $20, Year 2: $32 D) $62
anonymous
 4 years ago
Uilani donates money to her favorite charity every year. She decides that starting next year, she will increase her donation by the same amount every year. Match her Year 1 and Year 2 donations with the amount that you expect her to donate in Year 5. Match Term Definition Year 1: $25, Year 2: $35 A) $59 Year 1: $30, Year 2: $38 B) $68 Year 1: $35, Year 2: $41 C) $65 Year 1: $20, Year 2: $32 D) $62

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0in the 1st look at initial payment + 10 times the change in one year in the 2nd find the change per game and subtract 5 of those from the cost of the 5 games { or the cost of 3 of those from the cost for 3 games }

anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100731182651AA9Wrdu
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