# What should scientists do when they see that the data collection or analysis from their experiment has

###### Question:

A. Describe the limitations in detail in their final report.

B. Ignore the limitations when they draw conclusions.

C. Decide not to report any of the experimental results.

D. Repeat the experiment to see if it still has limitations.

SUBMIT

## Answers

yea

Explanation:

it will look cool

yes

Explanation:

Your annual contribution=$87,809.24

Explanation:

Step 1: Determine total amount needed in retirement

Total amount=Expenditure per year×number of years after retirement

where;

Expenditure per year=$ 115,000

Number of years after retirement=(100-65)=35 years

replacing;

Total amount=(115,000×35)=$4,025,000

You need a total amount of $4,025,00 for your plan

Step 2: Determine contribution per year

The contribution per year is the same as principal amount per year

Total amount needed per year=4,025,000/(65-22)=93,604.65 per year

Using the formula

A=P(1+r)^n

where;

A=Future value per year=$93,604.65

P=unknown=p

r=6.6%=6.6/100=0.066

n=1

replacing;

93,604.65=p(1+0.066)^1

93,604.65=1.066 p

p=93,604.65/1.066

p=87,809.24

Your annual contribution=$87,809.24