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Advanced MathContemporary Mathematics for Business & ConsumersUse the exact interest method (365 days) and the ordinary interest method (360 days) to compare the amount of interest for the following loans. Principal Rate (%) Time (days) Exact Interest Ordinary Interest __________________________________________________________________________ $7,230 9 18 _________ __________BuyFind*launch*

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Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305585447

Chapter 10.I, Problem 10RE

Textbook Problem

Use the exact interest method (365 days) and the ordinary interest method (360 days) to compare the amount of interest for the following loans.

Principal Rate (%) Time (days) Exact Interest Ordinary Interest

__________________________________________________________________________

$7,230 9 18 _________ __________

Contemporary Mathematics for Business & Consumers

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