Accumulated amount , Mathematics

$26,000 is spended for two years. In the first year it gets interest at 8.3% p.a. compounded semi annually. In the same year the rate of interest changes to 7.5% p.a. compounded daily (Suppose 365 days in a year).  

(i) Find the accumulated amount at the finish of 2 years.

(ii) Find the interest rate p.a. compounded annually, that would give the similar accumulated value at the end of 2 yrs.

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