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posted by sandy .
nancy borrowed $900 from her credit union for 2 years. the interest rate for the lona was 7%. how much did she pay

$900*7%
900*7/100
$63 interest of $900 for one year.
now mutiply one years iterest by 2
=63*2=126
he will pay $126 after 2 years
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