I don't understand how to go about solving this equation. I know that $12,000x.06=$720 and $12,000x.04=$480

I don't understand how to go about solving this equation. I know that $12,000x.06=$720 and $12,000x.04=$480

Jake invested some money on three different accounts, If he invested $7500 in an account with an annual return of 8% and $4000 in an account earning 8.9%, how much money, to the nearest dollar, did...

what % is invested at $10,000? what % is invested at $2,000?

we are trying to figure out how much money she invested at each rate?

I need some help on setting up this problem, and how to find the formula to get the correct answer.. Here it is: A retiree needs a yearly income of $10,200 from his $150,000 IRA to help fund...

Michele invested 1500 dollars at an annual rate of interest of 5.25 percent, compounded annually.

Two investments totaling $56,500 produce an annual income of $1835. One investment yields 4% per year, while the other yields 3% per year. How much is invested at each rate?

Jackson inc. is evaluating two independent investments. Project S costs $150,000 and has an IRR equal to 12%. Project L costs $140,000 and has IRR equal to 10%. Jack sons capital structure consists...

You invested $4000 between two accounts paying 5% and 7% annual interest, respectively. If the total interest earned for he year was $260, how much was invested at each

An initial investment of $205.50 is worth $413.75 after 11 years of continuous compounding. Find the interest rate.

The annual risk-free rate of return is 2 percent and the investors believes that the market will rise annually at 7 percent. If a stock has a beta coefficient of 1.5 and its current dividend is $1,...

Determine the Dow dogs as of January 1: invest $1,000: invest $1,000 in each dog. At the end of a time period such as the semster or year, compare the dogs' performance with the performance of the...

.08x+.09y = 39,000 X+Y = 1,000,000 X=? Y=?

You are 60 years old. Currently, you have $ 10,000 invested in an IRA and have just received a lump- sum distribution of $ 50,000 from a pension plan, which you roll over into an IRA. You continue...