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Debbie is curious about her credit score. Which scenario will most negatively impact a credit score? consistently making late payments applying for many different credit cards keeping a high
balance on her credit cards having a short credit history
The answer is consistently making late payments
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Amistad deposited $2,163.27 in a savings account that earns 3.9% simple interest. What will Amistad’s account balance be in nine months?
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Answer is $2,922.58

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Compute for the end balance.

Formula
I=prt

Given:
P= 2,163.27
r=3.9%
t=9

Solution
I=$2,163.27 x 3.9% x 9
I= S759.31

End balance: P+I
End balance: P+I = $2,163.27 +759.31
End balance: $2,922.58
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