Allie Pickering asked 10/4/2011 Travis had a total of $6,000 invested in two account. The total amount of interest he earns from the accounts in the first year is $410. If one account pays 6% per year and the other pays 8% per year how much did he invest in each account?

CRAMA FRANKLIN asked 1/3/2011 Investments- Mike perez has a total of $2000 on deposit with two savings institutions. One pays interest at a rate of 6% /year, the other pays interest at a rate of 8%/ year. If Mike earned a total of $144 in interest during a single year, how much d?

Soeung Kim Sim asked 11/30/2010 When interest rate rises,how might business and consumers change their economic behavior? Hopefully,you will give me better answer as soon as possible!

Anonymous asked 11/22/2010 Harry has $4000 invested in two savings accounts. One account earns 6% interest per year, and the other pays 7% per year. If his total interest for the year is $264, how much is invested at 7%?

Anonymous asked 9/15/2010 Since money has the ability to earn interest, its value increases with time. What affects the future value of an investment more, the interest rate or the time the investment is held?

Anonymous asked 8/24/2010 When the interest rate is positive, what happens to the value of money as we move from the future to the present?

Anonymous asked 8/3/2010 If A Certain Sum Of Money At SI Doubles Itself In 5 Yrs Then, What Is The Rate?

Anonymous asked 4/13/2010 Ben's $1,000 Bond Earns 7.5% In Annual Interest. What Is The Annual Interest?

madi simmons asked 2/9/2010 $5,000 Is Invested At 3% Interest. How Much Money Must Be Invested At 5% Interest So That The Total Interest From The Two Investments Is $275 After One Year?

Anonymous asked 2/4/2010 Jean Will Receive $8,500 Per Year For The Next 15 Years From Her Trust. If A 7% Interest Rate Is Applied,?

Anonymous asked 10/25/2009 What's The Interest Rate On 200,000 Us Dollars In A Fix Deposit For 1 Year?

Anonymous asked 10/17/2009 Interest Rate Is 7% And Doubling Time Is 10.2 Years. You Have Invested $5,000.00. In How Many Years Will Your Money $40.000.00?