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Assume that you have $10,000 which you plan to invest for 3 years. How much more would you have if you invested the funds at 10% with annual compound interest versus 10% with simple interest? No funds will be paid until the end of the 3rd year.

Assume that you have $10,000 which you plan to invest for 3 years. How much more would you have if you invested the funds at 10% with annual compound interest versus 10% with simple interest? No funds will be paid until the end of the 3rd year.
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