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you have RM5O,OOO to invest,and two fund that you''d like to invest in.The You-Risk-It Fund yields 14% interest.The Extra-Dull Fund yields 6% interest.Besause of college financial-aid implications,you don''t think you can afford to earn more than RM4,500 in interest income this year.How much should you put in each fund?
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