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Advanced MathContemporary Mathematics for Business & Consumersa. What is the amount of interest and the maturity value of a loan for $15,400 at 6 1 2 % simple interest for 24 months? ( Use the formula M V = P + I . ) b. Apollo Air Taxi Service borrowed $450,000 at 8 % simple interest for 9 months to purchase new airplane. Use the formula M V = P ( 1 + R T ) to find the maturity value of the loan.BuyFind*launch*

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Chapter 10.I, Problem 4TIE

Textbook Problem

a. What is the amount of interest and the maturity value of a loan for $15,400 at

b. Apollo Air Taxi Service borrowed $450,000 at

Contemporary Mathematics for Business & Consumers

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