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How much did you invest at 9% compounded biweekly if 10 years later the investment is worth $54,000?

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Reiny
I thought it was the same question, but it is not
let the investment be x
i = .06/26 = .0023077
n = 10(26) = 260
x(1.0023077^260) = 54000
solve for x
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