# A woman deposits 600 with 6% annual loan. If she withdraws all the money in the account after 120 days how much does she withdraw?

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To calculate the amount withdrawn after 120 days, we need to use the formula for simple interest:

Interest = Principal × Rate × Time

Where:

- Principal (P) = $600
- Rate (R) = 6% annual interest rate = 0.06
- Time (T) = 120 days ÷ 365 (assuming a 365-day year)

Plugging in the values:

Interest = $600 × 0.06 × (120/365)

Solve for Interest, then add it to the principal to find the total amount withdrawn.

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