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    Force of interest...

    Smith makes deposits of 100$ at time 0, and X $ at time 3. the fund grows at a force of interest f= (t^2)/100, t>0. The amount of interest earned from time 3 to time 6 is X. Calculate X.

    im very lost.. any help would be very appreciated.
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    Please don't double post. Very irritating. Where's that second problem?
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