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3-49.

Jillian's parents bought a house for $\450,000$, and the value of the house has been increasing steadily by $3\%$ each year.

1. Find the formula $t(n)$ that represents the value of the house each year.

$V=450,000(1.03)^y$
where $V=$ value of the house $(\)$
$y=$ time (years)
2. If Jillian's parents sell their house $10$ years after they bought it, how much profit will they make? (That is, how much more are they selling it for than they bought it for?) Express your answer as both a dollar amount and a percent of the original purchase price.
After you find how much the house is worth after $10$ years, do not forget to subtract the original price to find the profit.