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A credit Union pays 8.25% comppunded annually on 5year compoundinterest GICs. It wants to set the rates on its semiannulaly and monthly compounded GICs of the same maturity so that investors will earnt eh same total interest. What should be the rates on the GICs with the higher compounding frequencies?
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