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# Finding the Amount of an Annuity In Exercises 67-70, find the amount of an annuity with income function c(t), interest rate r, and term T. See Example 9. c ( t ) = $2000 , r = 3 % , T = 15 years To determine To calculate: The amount of an annuity with income function c(t)=$2000,r=3% and T=15 years.

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The amount of an annuity with income function c(t)=$2000,r=3% and T=15 years. Formula used: If c represents a continuous income function in dollars per year (where t is the time in years), r Represents the interest rate (in decimal form) compounded continuously, and T represents the term of the annuity in years, then the amount of annuity is, erT0Tc(t)ertdt Calculation: The income function for your deposit is c(t)=$2000.

So, the amount of the annuity after 15 years will be

erT0Tc(t)ertdt

Now, substitute in the formula c(t)=\$2000,r=3% and T=15 in erT0Tc(t)e"

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