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We are currently bidding on Treasury bills and have determined that we must have a 5% return for a $1,000 T-Bill that will mature in one year. How much would we be willing to bid on the Treasury bill? If we are bidding on a 13 weeks Treasury bill with a 1% return and a 26 weeks Treasury bill with a 2% return for a $1,000 T-bill, how much would we be willing to bid on the Treasury bills?

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