If $1,100 is deposited into a savings account offering 11% interest paid annually, approximately how much money will be in the account in 10 years? $12,100 $11,000 $3,123 $1,227

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If $1,100 is deposited into a savings account offering 11% interest paid annually, approximately how much money will be in the account in 10 years? $12,100 $11,000 $3,123 $1,227

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Hint: Use the compound interest formula F=future value P=present value r=annual interest rate n=number of periods (years) F=P(1+r)^n
11,000? sorry i have two days just to finish this odysseyware stuff im in a rush :(

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