Use ordinary interest: Principal $70,000 Rate of Interest: 11% Time: 90 days Maturity Value: A Date note made Mar 10 Date note discounted: April 15 discount period: B proceeds: C note to be discounted at 10%
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Use ordinary interest: Principal $70,000 Rate of Interest: 11% Time: 90 days Maturity Value: A Date note made Mar 10 Date note discounted: April 15 discount period: B proceeds: C note to be discounted at 10%
what is the discount period, bank discount, and proceeds on 25000.00 at 9% for 60 days, date of note is June 8 and date note discounted is July 10?
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