1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data To save money you put $3000 at the end of each year in an annuity that pays 6.8% compounded annually. Use the formula for the value of an annuity. The Given Formula: Code (Text): A=P[(1+(r/n)[SUP]nt[/SUP])-1] ______________ (r/n) How much would be saved at the end of six years. 2. Relevant equations The Variables: Code (Text): P=3000 R=.068 n=1 t=6 The Completed formula: Code (Text): A=3000((1+(.068/1)^(1)(6))-1) _______________________ (.068/1) When i put this exactly into http://web2.0calc.com/ (because im without a scientific calculator at the moment) 3. The attempt at a solution My Final Answer Is: A=44102.945538271292235294118 Rounded To The Nearest dollar: A=$44103 The program I Am Submitting The Answer To Says, the answer is: A=$21352 rounded to the nearest dollar. My question is why is my answer wrong, is it the calculator? do i have a parentheses out of place? _____________________________________________________________________________ EDIT: fixed spelling errors and a few minor changes, none involving the math.