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The average amount of annual interest earned across three investment accounts was $2709.00. If one account yielded $1345.00 in the twelve month period, and the second yielded $568.00, what did the
third account yield?
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User: The average amount of annual interest earned across three investment accounts was $2709.00. If one account yielded $1345.00 in the twelve month period, and the second yielded $568.00, what did the third account yield?

User: The average amount of annual interest earned across three investment accounts was $2709.00. If one account yielded $1345.00 in the twelve month period, and the second yielded $568.00, what did the third account yield?

Weegy: 1913.00
selymi|Points 3822|

User: The average amount of annual interest earned across three investment accounts was $2709.00. If one account yielded $1345.00 in the twelve month period, and the second yielded $568.00, what did the third account yield?

User: The average amount of annual interest earned across three investment accounts was $2709.00. If one account yielded $1345.00 in the twelve month period, and the second yielded $568.00, what did the third account yield?

User: A customer has a debit card that gives monthly cash back bonuses. If the customer spends from $10.00 to $499.99, he earns 1% cash back. If he spends $500.00 to $999.99, he earns 2% cash back. For monthly purchases of $1000.00 and more, he earns a 3% cash back bonus. His monthly purchases for the past 6 months are as follows: $345.00, $592.00, $609.00, $280.00, $1020.00, and $452.00. How much did he earn in cash back bonuses over the past six months (rounded to the nearest cent)?

Weegy: 65.39
mchlklck|Points 3137|

User: A new branch in its first year opened new accounts at a rate of 40 for every 100 customer calls. The total number of new accounts opened in the year was 10,000. How many customer calls were made?

Weegy: The answer is 25,000 calls were made.
sharpies|Points 1988|

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User: What is 20% of 40% of 600?

User: Seventy-six percent of all students who apply for a student loan are approved for the loan. Of the students who are approved, 84% pay the loan back in full. If 5,000 students from State School applied for a student loan 10 years ago, how many of them paid the loan back in full?

Weegy: 3192.
Expert answered|mchlklck|Points 3137|



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