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With $3500 each, Martin and Edward opened separate accounts. Each account offered 4.5% interest over 10 years. At the end of 10 years, Edward earned more than Martin. Why? A. Edward invested for a different amount of time than Martin. B. Edward had a different interest rate than Martin. C. Edward earned compound interest, and Martin earned simple interest. D. Edward earned simple interest, and Martin earned compound interest.

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