Practice Quiz - Section 3-2 (Form C) - Compound Interest

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If $10,000 is invested at 11% compounded annually, what is the amount after 5 years?

$16850.58

$15500

$5943.51

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If $4800 is invested at 10% compounded quarterly, what is the amount after 3 years?

$6455.47

$15064.46

$5169.08

$6388.80

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If an investment pays 15% compounded monthly, how much should you deposit now in order to have $7000 4 years from now?

$3856

$12707.48

$4002.27

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How much interest will be earned on an investment of $5700 at 11% compounded semi-annually for 5 years?

$4036.42

$9736.42

$3904.83

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Suppose you have just been given a bonus of $5000 and you have the opportunity to invest it at 10.4% compounded weekly. How many years will it take at this rate for the investment to grow to $8000?

About 4.52 years

About 235.2 years

About 5.8 years

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Find the effective rate of 8.4% compounded monthly.

8.73%

.7%

8.4%

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