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I = prt, where p= the deposited amount, r = the rate, and t = the time in years.

I = prt = 10,000 x 0.0725 x 5 = 725 x 5 = 3,625

Q: If you saved 10000 at 7.25 percent annual interest for 5 years how much interest would you earn?

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