Posted by **BOBBIE** on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 10:56am.

PLEASE HELP.. HERE'S THE QUESTION....

RYAN IS GOING TO INVEST $4000 INTO 2 INVESTMENT OPTIONS. ONE OPTION PAYS 3% AND THE OTHER OPTION PAYS 3.5% SIMPLE INTEREST. HOW MUCH DID RYAN INVEST IN EACH OPTION IF THE INTEREST EARNED IN THE OPTION PAYING 3.5% SIMPLE INTEREST IS $94.50 MORE THAN THE INTEREST EARNED IN THE 3% OPTION?

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**Steve**, Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 11:20am
x at 3%

4000-x at 3.5%

.035(4000-x) = .03x + 94.50

x = 700

so, $700 at 3%, $3300 at 3.5%

check: .03*700 = 21.00

.035*3300 = 115.50 = 21.00+94.50

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**farhan**, Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 3:32am
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