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Yield to Maturity interest rate is 12 times to big

TI BA II Plus
PV = 1081.95
FV = 1000
n = 3
PMT = 50
Cpt I/Y, answer should be 2.15%, but I get 25.80
which is 12 times larger than should be.

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