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Calculate the average daily balance for October for a revolving credit account with a previous month's balance of $140 and the following activity.

Date Activity Amount
October 3 Cash advance $50.00
October 7 Payment $75.00
October 10 Purchase $26.69
October 16 Credit $40.00
October 25 Purchase $122.70

To determine

To calculate: The average daily balance for October for a revolving credit account if the previous month’s balance is $140.00. The table showing the transactions is as follows:

Date

Activity

Amount

October 3

Cash advance

$50.00

October 7

Payment

$75.00

October 10

Purchase

$26.69

October 16

Credit

$40.00

October 25

Purchase

$122.70

Explanation

Given Information:

Previous month balance is $140.00. The table showing the transactions is as follows:

Date

Activity

Amount

October 3

Cash advance

$50.00

October 7

Payment

$75.00

October 10

Purchase

$26.69

October 16

Credit

$40.00

October 25

Purchase

$122.70

Formula used:

The average daily balance is computed by dividing the total sum of daily balances by the number of days in a billing cycle.

Average daily balance=Sum of daily balancesdays in billing cycle

Calculation:

Consider that previous month’s balance is $140.00.

Compute the unpaid and daily balances as follows:

Dates

No. of days

Activity/ Amount

Unpaid balance (amount+chargepayment)

($)

Daily balances (unpaid balance×days) ($)

October 12

2

Previous month balance

$140.00

$280.00

October 36

4

Cash advance +$50.00

$140.00+$50.00=$190.00

760.00

October 79

3

Payment $75

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