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Calculate the simple interest for each situation. Choose THREE that have a simple interest greater than $800.00.

a. $2,000.00 at 6% for 7 years ***
b. $4,500.00 at 3% for 6 years ***
c. $1,400.00 at 6% for 9 years
d. $5,000,00 at 7% for 3 years ***
e. $800.00 at 15% for 5 years

Calculate the tax for each pair of shoes with the given rate. Select THREE choices in which the tax is GREATER than $3.00.

a. Shoes: $45.00 Tax: 7% ***
b. Shoes: $80.00 Tax: 2.9%
c. Shoes: $66.00 Tax: 10% ***
d. Shoes: $29.00 Tax: 11% ***
e. Shoes: $55.00 Tax: 4.5%

Please correct me if I'm wrong in any. Thanks. :3

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    good work.

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