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anonymous
 one year ago
For a certain credit card, the total amount, A ,that a customer owes is given by the following formula. In the formula, P is the starting balance and n is the number of months of debt, assuming interest is compounded monthly. Suppose you begin with a credit card debt of $1000. After one year, you will owe $______ . (Round your answer to the nearest cent and enter only the number.)
How long will it take for the total amount owed to reach $1300?
*FORMULA* A = P (1.015)^n
anonymous
 one year ago
For a certain credit card, the total amount, A ,that a customer owes is given by the following formula. In the formula, P is the starting balance and n is the number of months of debt, assuming interest is compounded monthly. Suppose you begin with a credit card debt of $1000. After one year, you will owe $______ . (Round your answer to the nearest cent and enter only the number.) How long will it take for the total amount owed to reach $1300? *FORMULA* A = P (1.015)^n

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