Advanced Algebra

The table summarizes the credit card debt Michael currently holds. Use this table to answer the question that follows.

Credit Card
Balance
APR
Minimum Payment
Total Interest Paid
Number of Months to Pay off
Home Improvement Card $2,500 23.4% $100 $2,095 125
Wear-It-Right Card $2,257 22.1% $79 $2,195 140
Furniture Depot Card $3,850 16% $154 $1,822 117
Expert Card $3,572 20.3% $125.02 $3,016 154

Which credit card should receive the highest payment if Michael were going to snowball his debt according to the balance?

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