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If Sarah opens a savings account that has a yearly simple interest rate of 15%, how much would Sarah have total if she deposits $1500 at the end of the year?

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  1. 1500 * 1.15 = $1,725.

    Where on earth do you find a savings account that pays more than 1% interest???

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