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Calculate the future value of S of an annuity using the following formula: S =R(1+i)^n-1/i) given R=250,i=0.001;n=13 please show the workout thankyou

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    S = 250(1.001^13 - 1)/.001
    = 3269.57

    after punching it in my calculator exactly that way, using x for the multiplication and using brackets the way shown in the expression

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