Austin plans to open a savings account. The amount of money in a savings account can be found by using the equation s = p (1+r) t , where p is the principal, or the original amount deposited into the account, r is the rate of interest, and t is the amount of time. Austin is considering two savings accounts. He will deposit $1,000 as the principal into either account. In Account A, the interest rate will be 0.015 per year for a term of 5 years. In Account B, the interest rate will be 0.02 per year for a term of 3 years.