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Business, 16.09.2021 17:40, adam4449

Describing an increasing or decreasing pattern from a tal Frank used a gift card at a coffee shop each day last week.
The table below shows how much was left on the card after each which each additional day the amount left on the card
?
Day
Amount of money
Monday
$30
Tuesday
$25
Wednesday $20
Thursday
$15
Friday
$10
Fill in the blanks below.
With each additional day, the amount left on the card
decreased
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