this problem is about converting 9% per year to how many percent per quarter. the rate is still the same. it only differed in the time period. so, through dimensional analysis,

9% per year × (1 year / 4 quarters) = 2.25% per quarter

if he was asked to convert 9% per year to how many percent per quarter compounded quarterly, then you will not simply divide by four. this is because compounding is not linear.

the answer is c. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

answer: its the third option.

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i just took the test.

your answer is c

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yes, gavin is right.

step-by-step explanation:

gavin is correct.

this problem is about converting 9% per year to how many percent per quarter. the rate is still the same. it only differed in the time period. so, through dimensional analysis,

9% per year × (1 year / 4 quarters) = 2.25% per quarter

if he was asked to convert 9% per year to how many percent per quarter compounded quarterly, then you will not simply divide by four. this is because compounding is not linear.

hope this , have a good day. c;