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Find the simple interest for the indicated length of time. \$7915 at 9% interest for 9 months?

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interest - P* R * t /100

P = \$7915

R = 9%

t = 9 months = 9/12 yrs = 0.75

I = 7915*9*0.75/100

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I = PRT
= 7915x.09x9/12
= ...

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The answer would be \$534.26!? What confused me was the nine months, I wasn't sure how to compute that.

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