Algebra

Dolores Invest $8500 in a new savings account which owns 3.1% annual interest, compounded daily. What will be the value of her investment after three years?

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  1. i = .031/365 = ....
    n = 365*3 = ...

    sub into :
    amount = 8500(1+i)^n

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