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I'm working on PS1a. I thought I had it worked out in a pretty tidy way but the 'Total amount paid' is not working out. Is there any way to fix this without making major modifications? http://chopapp.com/#6lhxe97y I'm very new to this so constructive criticism welcome.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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i don't see anything at that link. maybe use one of these: - http://dpaste.com - http://pastebin.com - https://gist.github.com/ - http://pastie.org - http://codepad.org - http://ideone.com - http://www.repl.it/ paste your code there and post the link here. select Python syntax highlighting when u paste.
It looks like you have forgotten to include the interest paid for each month. Hope that makes the difference for you.
total amount payed should be an accumulation of the 12 monthly payments - your out-of-pocket cost. you are printing the amount of principal paid.

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