Ordinary Interest = I. = Pr (D/360); I. = 4000 x 60/360 x 12/100; I. = $80
A, Bank discount = (face value)(discount rate)(time) = (4,000)(0.12)(60/360) = 28800/360 = $ 80.00
B, Proceeds = face value-bank discount = 4,000-80 = $ 3,920
C, MV = P * ( 1 + r )^{n}
MV = 4000 * (1+12%)^{0.164384}
^{ } MV = 4000 * 1.524454491 = $ 6097.817964
D, i_{t} = (1 + i)^{t} - 1
i_{t} = (1 + 0.0722901)^{5} - 1 = 0.417625 = 41.76%
And we would also get i_{t} = ( 1 + ( r / m ) )^{mt} - 1 = 41.76%
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