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Using the compound interest formula
A = P (1+ ((r)/ (n)) ^nt
Find the amount of money in the account at the end of 10 years. (Show values substituted in the formula, and calculate the numerical amount.)
$18,000 is invested in an account paying 3% interest compounded quarterly.

A = 18,000*(1.0075)^40
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