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The rate used in the table for calculating compound interest is found by?
The annual rate is used in the table for calculating compound interest.
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User: The rate used in the table for calculating compound interest is found by?







Weegy: The annual rate is used in the table for calculating compound interest.
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User: The rate used in the table for calculating compound interest is found by: (Points : 1) Annual rate number of periods Annual rate number of times compounded per year Annual rate divided by number of times compounded per year Annual rate divided by semiannually None of these



Weegy: The rate used in the table for calculating compound interest is found by None of these
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User: The interest on $6,000 at 6 percent compounded semiannually for 8 years is:



Weegy: Future value of principal = 6000*(1+ 0.06/2)^(8*2) So, interest = 6000*(1+ 0.06/2)^(8*2)- 6000 = 3628.2 $3,628.20
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User: The effective rate (APY) is:



Weegy: Effective APY = (1 + r/n )n – 1 where r is the stated annual interest rate and n is the number of times you’ll compound per year.
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User: $6,000 for 6 years at 8½% compounded daily will grow to:



Weegy: FV = $6,000 * ( 1 + 0.085 / 365 )^( 6 * 365 ) FV = $9,991.15
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User: A table factor of .7312 from a present value table of $1 means that a certain rate of interest for a certain period of time it will equal:



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