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I have 30,000.00 and want to put 5% into a CD and I want to

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I have 30,000.00 and want to put 5% into a CD and I want to put the remainder of 9% in a savings bond, after 1 year the total interest is $550.00. How much money at each rate?

OK sure. If you are investing 5% of $30,000 into a CD, you multiply 30000*.05 = 1500

If you are investing 9% of $30,000 into a Savings Bond, you multiply 30000*.09 = 2700

So if you add up 1500 + 2700, your total monies being invested is 4200.

After one year $550 in interest was accrued based on your principal value of $4200. If you divide 550/4200 you end up with .13095..., which you can round up to 13.1%.

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