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Sandra wants to deposit $140 each year for her son. If she places her deposits in a savings account that pays 3% per year, what amount will be in the account in 19 years? If she places it in a savings account that pays 3 percent, the amount that will be in the account in 19 years is $ nothing.

Answer #1

the amount is $3516

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