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February 11,1004 Ilplace a principal offSSOO in a savings account with simple interest at a rate of 4° 0 for
seven years. At the end of this period, how much interest have I earned? M Simple interest is an example of liti’li a)!” I {La H’éswwwvi‘lc growth. 4/ A bank advertises 6% annual interest rate (compounded quarterly) for new customers who open an account with principal of at least $400. I open one of these accounts with
initial balance of $1000. What is the nominal rate? (D 070 1/ 1/ What is the effectiVe rate?
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:= new We 5395.829le / W An example of a sinking fund is: depositing $300 into a savingsadcount. taking out a ﬁxed amount of money from an account at the start of each
quarter to help pay for school. a) @ Buying a savings bond now to help me buy a house in 10 years.
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h T e maturity date of a bond is:
X the date at which it is eligible to vote. 1’ b) x" the date at which it ceases to earn more money. 0) The expiration date-it begins to decay at this time. If I have savings account which advertises a 12% annual interest rate compounded every
other month, what is the percent of interest being paid every period? (X- .18
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Suppose I want to save up for a vacation by opening a savings account which advertises
(Wempounded 3 times a year. If I place $100 at the start of each period, how W muc WillIhave aﬁer3 years? €h0ﬁi‘ WUJQ its? UK I . V\ . ...

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