Susie is planning to invest some money in a savings account which pays 5% compounded continuously. Consider the following formula,

Susie is planning to invest some money in a savings account which pays 5% compounded continuously. Consider the following formula, where A is the ending account balance after t years, P is the initial amount of money invested, and r is the interest rate.
A = P(2.71) rt
About how much money would she have to invest in the savings account in order for it to have a balance of $10,000 after 13 years?
A.
$5,230.82
B.
$19,117.45
C.
$2,736.15
D.
$4,976.47


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