# Phyllis invested $10,000, a portion earning a simple interest rate of 5 1 5 % per year and the rest earning a rate of 5% per year. After one year the total interest earned on these investments was $512.00. How much money did she invest at each rate?

I assume 5 1 5 is 5.15%

These two add together to make $10512

x=8000

10000-8000=2000

$8000 at 5.15% and$2000 at 5%

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