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# Two savings accounts were each opened with a $6,000 deposit. account a earns...

Two savings accounts were each opened with a $6,000 deposit. account a earns compound interest at a 2% annual interest rate compounded yearly. account b earns simple interest at a 2% annual interest rate. no other deposits or withdrawals are made from the accounts for 3 years. what is the difference in interest earnings between the two accounts after 3 years?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 14:20, hailey6822

Iam stuck on one problem. my mind is in absoloute vacation mode. i literallty just need to finish this to be done will give brainliest and all my points if i have to! 1- point free throw and 2- point feild goal. he made 35 shots, and scored 62 points how many of each shot did he make in 1 minute? (i already did the math. he made 8 1-point free throws and 27 2-point feild goals.) 1. write two equations for the problem. (i had a major brain fart.)

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:30, rocksquad9125

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You have 12 balloons to blow up for your birthday party. you blow up 1/3, and your friend blows up 5 of them. what fraction of the baloons still need blowing up

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