Mortgage A couple secures a loan of at , compounded monthly, to buy a house.
(a) What is the amount of their monthly payment?
(b) What total amount will they pay over the period?
(c) If, instead of taking the loan, the couple deposits the monthly payments in an account that pays interest , compounded monthly, how much will be in the account at the end of the period?
The amount of monthly payment.
A couple secures a loan of at , compounded monthly, to buy a house.
Installment buying formula,
is the amount of monthly payment,
is the present value of annuity,
is the interest per time period,
is the interest rate,
is the no. of period,
is the time-period in years and
is the total number of installments.
Consider the values, , , and .
The total amount paid over the period.
The amount in the account at the end of the period.
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