Glenn invested $18,000 at 5% interest compounded annually. How much interest will Glenn earn in 3 years? A. $20,837.25 B. $19,826.24 C. $2837.25 D. $2340.23

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Glenn invested $18,000 at 5% interest compounded annually. How much interest will Glenn earn in 3 years? A. $20,837.25 B. $19,826.24 C. $2837.25 D. $2340.23

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i just did this lol.
yay I just want to be done My little sister is already out of school and it sucks

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are you in k12?
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$2837.25
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6th
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