anonymous
  • anonymous
Fred Salmon purchased six $1,000 bonds at 92. The bonds pay 6.5%. What was the cost of the bonds? $ a0 What was the total annual interest? $ a1 What is the yield (to the nearest tenth of a percent)? a2 %
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Ghostgate
  • Ghostgate
Here's something to look at: What was the cost of the bonds? He bought 6 $1,000 bonds, so 6 times 1,000 = 6,000. Now, he got the bonds at the age of 92. Which means 6,000 x 0.92 to get $5,520.00. What was the total annual interest? $6,000 x 0.065 = 390.00. What is the yield (to the nearest tenth percent)? 0.065 / 0.92 = 0.071 (Estimated) which gives you: 7.1 What was the cost of the bonds? $ 5,520.00 What was the total annual interest? $ 390.00 What is the yield (to the nearest tenth of a percent)? 7.1%

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