A corporation creates a sinking fund in order to have $520,000 to replace some machinery in 11 years. How much should be placed in this account at the end of each quarter if the annual interest rate is 3.8% compounded quarterly? (Round your answers to the nearest cent.) $ How much interest would they earn over the life of the account? $ Determine the value of the fund after 2, 4, and 6 years. 2 years $ 4 years $ 6 years $

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A corporation creates a sinking fund in order to have $520,000 to replace some machinery in 11 years. How much should be placed in this account at the end of each quarter if the annual
interest rate is 3.8% compounded quarterly? (Round your answers to the nearest cent.)
$
How much interest would they earn over the life of the account?
$
Determine the value of the fund after 2, 4, and 6 years.
2 years $
4 years $
6 years $
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A corporation creates a sinking fund in order to have $520,000 to replace some machinery in 11 years. How much should be placed in this account at the end of each quarter if the annual interest rate is 3.8% compounded quarterly? (Round your answers to the nearest cent.) $ How much interest would they earn over the life of the account? $ Determine the value of the fund after 2, 4, and 6 years. 2 years $ 4 years $ 6 years $