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anonymous
 one year ago
Miles and Nick each separately apply for and receive loans worth $5,000 apiece. Miles has a very good credit score, so his loan has an APR of 7.75%, compounded monthly. Nick’s credit score is rather low, so his loan has an APR of 13.10% interest, compounded monthly. If both of them repay their loans over a four year period, making equal monthly payments based on their own loan, how much more will Nick have paid than Miles? (Round all dollar values to the nearest cent.)
a.$619.68
b.$267.50
c.$1,609.57
d.$1,070.00
anonymous
 one year ago
Miles and Nick each separately apply for and receive loans worth $5,000 apiece. Miles has a very good credit score, so his loan has an APR of 7.75%, compounded monthly. Nick’s credit score is rather low, so his loan has an APR of 13.10% interest, compounded monthly. If both of them repay their loans over a four year period, making equal monthly payments based on their own loan, how much more will Nick have paid than Miles? (Round all dollar values to the nearest cent.) a.$619.68 b.$267.50 c.$1,609.57 d.$1,070.00

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dmndlife24
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Miles: 7.75% (0.0775) x 5,000 = $387.5 x 4 = $1550 (over four year period) Nick: 13.10% (0.131) x 5,000 = $655 x 4 = $2620 $2620  $1550 = $1,070 (rounded to nearest cent) So the answer is D.
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