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I'm not sure what you are asking. Write out the variables and the values, please.   For annually compounded interest:   Interest Amount = Principal x (1 + Interest Rate)yrs   What exactly is the problem asking for? What does apr stand for?

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No! I know that this is very common now in academia but it is wrong. Not only that, it is clunky. He and him are the generic pronouns for he or she and him or her. If you don't want to run afoul of the PC police, you could use "one," but don't if it doesn't sound natural to you.

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Strunk and White, Elements of Style, 4: Place a comma before a conjunction introducing an independent clause:   They wanted to go to the movies very badly, but they were snowed in.