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How much interest will be due at maturity for each of the following interest-bearing notes?

Chapter 5, Problem 14DQ, How much interest will be due at maturity for each of the following interest-bearing notes?

To determine

(a)

Notes Receivables:

The note receivables are a type of promissory note which is made for the payment of a specified amount at an extended date. These notes can be interest charging or cannot be charging the interest.

To calculate:

The interest amount to be received at maturity.

Explanation

The principal amount is of $10,000 and rate of interest on note is of 12%. The note is repaid after 2 months. This is given in the question.

The interest amount to be received after 2 months :

Interest=Notes Receivable amount

To determine

(b)

Notes Receivables:

The note receivables are a type of promissory note which is made for the payment of a specified amount at an extended date. These notes can be interest charging or cannot be charging the interest.

To calculate:

The interest amount to be received at maturity.

To determine

(c)

Notes Receivables:

The note receivables are a type of promissory note which is made for the payment of a specified amount at an extended date. These notes can be interest charging or cannot be charging the interest.

To calculate:

The interest amount to be received at maturity.

To determine

(d)

Notes Receivables:

The note receivables are a type of promissory note which is made for the payment of a specified amount at an extended date. These notes can be interest charging or cannot be charging the interest.

To calculate:

The interest amount to be received at maturity.

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