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A car dealer offers you two deals on a car that costs $16,000. Please calculate the monthly payment, given these two payment options the car dealer is offering.
Payment Option 1: You can finance the car for 60 months with no interest if you make a $3,000 down payment.
Payment Option 2: You can finance the car for 72 months (6 years) with 1% simple annual interest and no down payment. (Hint: To calculate simple annual interest, use the formula Interest = Principal * Rate * Time (in years). Add the amount of interest to the price of the car.)
Which monthly payment amount is lower? Plea
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dmezzullo Group Title
A car dealer offers you two deals on a car that costs $16,000. Please calculate the monthly payment, given these two payment options the car dealer is offering. Payment Option 1: You can finance the car for 60 months with no interest if you make a $3,000 down payment. Payment Option 2: You can finance the car for 72 months (6 years) with 1% simple annual interest and no down payment. (Hint: To calculate simple annual interest, use the formula Interest = Principal * Rate * Time (in years). Add the amount of interest to the price of the car.) Which monthly payment amount is lower? Plea
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im way ahead of u in school i did this monthis ago
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i know im in module 2 of segment 1
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hold on i got the answer
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I miss algebra _ Anyways, just solve for the monthly payment options. Payment Option 1) You can finance the car for 60 months with no interest if you make a $3,000 down payment. SO: 16,000  3,000 = 13,000 13,000 /60 = 216.666 Monthly payment: $216.67 Payment Option 2) You can finance the car for 72 months (6 years) with 1% simple annual interest and no down payment. SO: 16,000 divided into 6 years = 2666.67 Multiply by 1% interest... 0.1 * 2666.67 = 26.67 2666.67 + 26.67 = 2693.34 per year. Divide that by 12 months. 2693.34 /12 = 224.45 Monthly Payment: $224.45
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Which is cheaper?
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tyvm lol medal from everyone?
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i remeber this in 6th grade at the way end in like history idk y but i completely forgot this lol
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Yes A medal for everyone xD
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no everyone give me a medal lol
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A car dealer offers you two deals on a car that costs $16,000. Please calculate the monthly payment, given these two payment options the car dealer is offering. Payment Option 1: You can finance the car for 60 months with no interest if you make a $3,000 down payment. Total Price of the Car = Car price + down payment to the financer Total Price of the Car = $ 16,000 + 3,000 ======================================… Total Price of the Car = $ 19,000 ◄ higher in price Ans ======================================… Payment Option 2: You can finance the car for 72 months (6 years) with 1% simple annual interest and no down payment. (Hint: To calculate simple annual interest, use the formula Interest = Principal * Rate * Time (in years). Add the amount of interest to the price of the car.) Interest payment = Principal * Rate * Time Interest payment = 16,000 * 0.01 * 6 Interest payment = 960 Total Price of the Car = Price of the Car + Interest Payment Total Price of the Car = $ 16,000 + $ 960 ======================================… Total Price of the Car = $ 16,960 ◄ The choice Plan Ans ======================================… Which monthly payment amount is lower? Please explain how you arrived at your answer and show all of your work for each option.
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jazy Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.3
smh...wow demezz that ain't right. . I took Algebra in 8th grade, last year...it kinda stuck with me. (:
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Converse_Luv Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
lol i am in 8th
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dmezzullo Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
ive only gotten uno medal
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Converse_Luv Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
lol i got no medals it is fine xP
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jazy Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.3
Wow, and I'm supposedly advanced, lol! You're really smart then @Converse_Luv :)
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can u guys help me please ?
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lol thanks x) yay medal xD
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jazy and anyone
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sure link?
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kk hold on :)
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omg i have to take an english exam all o er again
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