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How many years will it take for a $50 investment to grow to $1000 if it is compounded continuously at a rate of 5%? Round to two decimal places. Do not include units in your answer A(t) = P * e^(rt)
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How many years will it take for a $50 investment to grow to $1000 if it is compounded continuously at a rate of 5%? Round to two decimal places. Do not include units in your answer A(t) = P * e^(rt)
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How many years will it take for a $50 investment to grow to $1000 if it is compounded continuously at a rate of 5%? Round to two decimal places. Do not include units in your answer A(t) = P * e^(rt)
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i have studied Engg Economics so it is right
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