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Determine the simple interest

P=2500 R=3 7/8 T=9 months

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    I = PRT

    I = 2500 * 0.03875 * 0.75

    I = ?

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    I= 72.65625

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    Right.

    Rounded it's $72.66

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    Thanks!

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    You're welcome.

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