Simple & Compounding Interest

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Suppose Kevin and Jill both deposit $4000 into their personal accounts. If Kevin’s account earns 5% simple interest annually and Jill’s earns 5% interest compounded annually, how much will each account balance show at the end of 5 years? Calculate the difference between each account.

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