# What is \$85.5 compounded annually for 10 years?

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What is \$85.5 compounded annually for a period of 10 years at a 7.45% interest rate

alancheng
School: Carnegie Mellon University

After 10 years your investment is \$175.40

There is an annual compound interest formula from Algebra II course.  It should read as follows:

A = P*(1 + r)^t

A= total amount after t years investing P amount in.

P= initial investment.

t = time in years

r = interest rate.

P=85.5

r =0.0745

t=10

A = 85.5*(1+0.0745)^10

A = 85.5 * 2.051465

A = \$175.40

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