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nay-nay

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Cassandra bought a dresser for $500. If the value of her dresser increases 6% annually, what will be the value of cassandra's dresser at he end of 3 years to the nearest dollar?
 

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HAve you learned about percentages?

For example, do you know how to calculate 6% of 500?
 

nay-nay

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cass bought a dresser for $500. If the value of the dresser increases 6% annually, what is the value of the dresser at the end of 3 years to the nearest dollar? Answer fast please i need the answer now
 

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Hmmm....I think you've come to the wrong place. The volunteers here try to help you learn how to solve your problem yourself, which is why you were asked to explain what you already know about finding a percent. If a "quick answer" is what you're after, you may need to try one of those websites which DO provide answers (for a price!).
 

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nay-nay said:
Answer fast please i need the answer now
I don't care when you need the answer.

I care about whether or not you know how to calculate 6% of 500.

If you do not know how, then you are not ready for this exercise.

Do you know how to calculate 6% of 500?
 
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