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James has 10,000 to invest. If he invest money in a savings account that pays 4% APR, calculate the following:
a) how long will it take to have a total of 15,000 if interest is compounded quarterly (3months)?
b)how much will he have after 7yrs if interest is compounded yearly? monthly?
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