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Ethan put $150 into a CD that pays 3% interest, compounded monthly. According to the rule of 72, approximately how long will it take for his money to double? A.16 years B.48 years C.12 years D.24 years

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Does anyone know this , h e l p !!
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Rule of 72 -- 72 / 3 = 24 That's all there is to it. That's the point of the Rule of 72. It's quick and simple.

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@sinhvienmoi Click on the attachment link directly above your post. The Rule of 72 statement will pop up.

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