# math

suppose you deposit \$3000 in a savings account that pays interest in a a rate of 4%. if no money is added or withdrawn from the account, how much will be in the account after ten years.

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1. I = PRT

I = 3,000 * 0.04 * 10

I = 1,200

1,200 + 3,000 = ?

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Ms. Sue
2. These were the multiple choice answers given to me for this problem which don't seem to make sense because I keep getting \$4200
A. \$3122.18
B. \$4994.50
C. \$4440.73
D. \$86776.40

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\$4440.73

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