A principal of $3300 is invested at 6.5% interest, compounded annually. How much will the investment be worth after 14 years? Use the calculator provided and round your answer to the nearest dollar.

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A principal of $3300 is invested at 6.5% interest, compounded annually. How much will the investment be worth after 14 years? Use the calculator provided and round your answer to the nearest dollar.

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do you know the formula ?
no i need help setting it up @Nnesha
do i plug it in @RagingSquirrel

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Oh. r= annual interest rate
Yes. Do you need help plugging the numbers in?
yes it would be really helpful @RagingSquirrel
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I = Prt is simple interest. But you want compound interest
alright the formula is \[\large\rm A=P(1+ \frac{ r }{ n })^t\] p=principal (initial amount ) r=annual rate (we need in decimal so r/100) t= number of years A= amount after t years
compounded annually so n would be one
i dont knw how to plug the numbers in @phi @Nnesha
P = what in ur question r= what ? divide by 100 bec we need in decimal t = number of years
p=3300 r=6.5? t=14
Convert 6.5% to a decimal. To do that, just move the decimal point two places. 0.065
right but r = 6.5 percent so we need to divide it by 100 and n =1 so plugin
ok so what do I put for the t outside the parenthesis @Nnesha @RagingSquirrel
the 14 @Nnesha
\[\large\rm A=P(1+ \frac{ r }{ n })^t\] p= 3300 t= 14 n=1 solve for A
yes right
ok im solving it now giv me a sec @Nnesha
sure take ur time!
A= 7969.08 @Nnesha
is that correct @Nnesha
yes right looks right `round your answer nearest dollar`
thank you so much!!!!!! @Nnesha
np don't forget to round it!!

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