**When your daughter was born, you decided that you would start saving money for her college education, and you felt that you would like to have $50,000 by the time that she turns 18. If you can invest in a long-term account that pays 2% per year, paid quarterly, then how much should you invest monthly to have the required amount in time for your daughter to go off to college? $192.50 $316.34 OOOC $129.08 $578.64 ♡**

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