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After looking at the results of her calculations, Naomi has decided to aim for \$500,000 savings by the time she retires. She expects to have a starting salary after college of \$25,000 to \$35,000 and she has taken into acount all of the living expenses that will come out of her salary. what will Naomi's annual deposits need to e to accumulate \$500,000 in a CD at 6%?

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I have to know how many years she plans to make those deposits, your question does not include that information
However, if n is the number of years, solve for "pay" in this equation

500000 = pay ( 1.06^n - 1)/.06

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