Calculate the future value of a ordinary annuity. So the payments being put in our $800 the interest being calculated is 6.51 percent and the number of years there's 12. Now the add a piece of information here is that, uh, it's calm, pounded semi annually, so semi annually means, uh, it's happening twice per year. So are in for a formula will be double since it's happening twice per year and our interests will be half because it's happening twice per year. So our interest is gonna be 0.0, uh, three, 755 We just double check that. No stooping to 55 to Okay, So our formula for now, but we have everything set is our 800 times one plus our interest rates of 1.3 to 5 to the eighth Power, which is 24 tu minus one and then divided by our interest rate says 0.3 55 Okay, so it's just gonna equal 800 times. And I was gonna put all that in our calculator. So you at 1.3 to 55 to the 24th power minus one, but about 0.3 to 55 Is that total amount? Our multiplier is gonna be 35.5. Foreign. Some change came out to bind. About 800 gives us our total future annuity. It's 28,438 on and 21 sets. Yes, that's our total. Okay, so from our contributions, it's called C. We just need 800 we made 24 deposits, So 800 times 24. 19,200 star amount from contributions was 19 19,200. Which means if we subtract that from our total, we will get how much interest paid out. The interest paid out. 9238 and I got that bus just attracting our contributions from our total case in interest paid 9238 and 21 cents. Our contributions was 19,200 for a total annuity of 28,400 bus. Okay, thank you very much.