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Textbook Problem

Calculate the missing information for the following installment loans that are being paid off early.

Number of Pay mints Payments Sum-of-the- Digits Payments Sum-of-the- Digits Number Rebate
Payments Made Remaining Remaining of Payments Fraction
33. 12 4 _______ _________ ________ ________

To determine

To calculate: The payments remaining, sum-of-the-digits of the number of remaining payments, sum-of-the-digits of total number of payments and rebate fraction if payment made is 4 and number of payments are 12.

Explanation

Given Information:

The payment made is 4 and number of payments is 12.

Formula used:

Follow the steps to compute the rebate fraction:

Sum-of-the-digits formula is computed as follows:

Sum-of-the-digits=n(n+1)2

Where n represent the number of payment.

Compute the rebate fraction as follows:

Rebate fraction=Sum of the digits of the number of remaining paymentssum of the digits of the total number of payments

Calculation:

Consider that the payment made is 4 and numbers of payments are 12.

Compute the remaining payments by subtracting payment made from total payments.

Payment Remaining=124=8

Hence, the payments remaining are 8.

Compute the sum-of-the-digits of the number of remaining payments using the sum-of-digit formula.

Substitute the value of n as 8,

Sum-of-the-digits=n(n+1)2=8(8+1)2=36

Hence, the sum-of-the-digits of the number of remaining payments are 36

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