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Using the equation, y = 12841(1.01)x, predict the cost of an education in a private college in the year 2010. Use x = 20 as this is 20 years after 1990. Round to the nearest year. A. $14,908 B. $20,628 C. $15,668 D. $19,652

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  1. anonymous
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    whats 20 * 1.01 * 12841 ?

  2. M
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    this question is 2 decades old!!

  3. anonymous
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    whhhat? lol

  4. anonymous
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    and its 259388.2

  5. anonymous
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    yes idk it should be that.

  6. M
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    it's 15,668

  7. anonymous
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    why

  8. M
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    this is finance question

  9. M
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    cost = 12841 interest = .01 year = 20 12841(1.01)\[^{20}\]

  10. M
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    $12841(1.01)^20

  11. anonymous
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    lol you wrote the question wrong....

  12. anonymous
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    i copied and pasted it i couldnt of (:

  13. M
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    lol :)

  14. anonymous
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    Lies you made me look like an idiot :(

  15. anonymous
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    :o no no no no!! ur obviously not an idiot (: i mean ur helping me arent u? im soooo sorrry =3 >.<

  16. anonymous
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    Wait... so what would be the final answer!? (:

  17. M
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    C

  18. anonymous
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    hmm okie dokie thanks!!!! (:

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