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Cassandra bought an antique dresser for $500. If the value of her dresser increase 6% annually, what will be the value od Cassandra's dresser at the end of 3 years to the nearest dollar?

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  1. 500 * 1.06 = 530 >> end of year 1
    530 * 1.06 = 562 >> end of year 2

    ??? >> end of year 3

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