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Can someone check my math? Will post it below.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    MONTH ONE 1568.00 x 11.3% = 14.77 1568.00 + 14.77 = 1582.77 1582.77 - 300.00 = 1282.77 MONTH TWO 1282.77 x 11.3% = 12.08 1282.77 + 12.08 = 1294.85 1294.85 - 300.00 = 994.85 MONTH THREE 994.85 x 11.3% = 9.37 994.85 + 9.37 = 1004.22 1004.22 - 300.00 = 704.22 MONTH FOUR 704.22 x 11.3% = 6.63 704.22 + 6.63 = 710.85 710.85 - 300.00 = 410.85 MONTH FIVE 410.85 x 11.3% = 3.87 410.85 + 3.87 = 414.72 414.72 - 300.00 = 114.72 MONTH SIX 114.72 x 11.3% = 1.08 114.72 + 1.08 = 115.80 115.80 - 115.80 = 0. TOTAL INTEREST 14.77 + 12.08 + 9.37 + 6.63 + 3.87 + 1.08 = 47.80 $47.80 dollars paid in interest. It took six months to pay off.

  2. anonymous
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    hmm idk but it looks right to me hope it help idk though i'm not good at math @Preetha

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    Thanks. ^^

  4. anonymous
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    I'll check it for you

  5. anonymous
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    Thanks!

  6. anonymous
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    the first one is wrong 1568*11.3% is 177.184

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    2nd column first one 1282.77*11.3% is 144.95301

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    It has to be rounded.

  9. anonymous
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    rounded to nearest whole number?

  10. anonymous
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    Mhm.

  11. anonymous
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    well first is 177 and second is 145

  12. anonymous
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    yeah i think the math is off XD i can help more if you'd like

  13. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I think it's alright, we have to times the %s by 1 and divide them by 12.

  14. anonymous
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    thank you!

  15. anonymous
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    oh i didn't know you were dividing by 12! im so sorry lol

  16. anonymous
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    Its totally cool! I saw what you meant.

  17. anonymous
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    Thanks for your help <3

  18. anonymous
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    welcome even though i wasn't much help lol

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