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so which ever equals at least "4" will give me the answer then?

wait
the first two equations are mixed up am i right?

oh yeah my fault, sorry

\[(1+\frac{.0375}{12})^{12}\]

\[(1+\frac{.0385}{4})^{4}\]
good catch

lets compute one

here is the first one
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%281%2B.0375%2F12%29^12

you can see that the answer is
\[1.033815...\]

so that one can be ruled out

so this one is out since it is smaller than \(1.04\)

right

I'll try the second one..

ok you can edit the one i did to compute it if you like

is the little 4 on the outside an exponent?

yes, that needs to be a 4, and also the denominator under \(.0385\) should be a 4 also

1.039 is what it gave me

me too

it is the last one, it gave me 1.04

then i guess that is the one you want

thanks for the help

you good with this?

yw

yes indeed :3