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f(X) = p(1+ r/n) nt
The principal is 50,000
The time is 3years
the rate is 4%

  • algebra -

    cool. gotta question?

    I have some.
    How often compounded?
    What the heck is X?

    to evaluate f, just plug in the values.

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