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5. Mr. Smart borrowed $25,000 from a bank on annuity for 2 years at 10% annual interest compounded and payable semiannually (every six months). Calculate the semiannual payments and provide a table that shows periodic payment, balance, interest payment, payment to principal for each payment as well as total amount which Mr. Smart will pay to the bank for the borrowed amount including interest and principal payments in the entire period of two years.

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Ms. Klein borrowed $2,000 from a bank
on annuity for 2 years at 10% annual interest compounded and
payable semiannually (every six months). Calculate the semiannual
payments and provide a table that shows semiannual payment,
balance, interest payment, payment to principal for each payment as
well as total amount which Ms. Klein will pay to the bank for the
borrowed amount including interest and principal payments in the
entire period of two years.

4. Ms. Klein borrowed $2,000 from a bank on annuity for 2 years
at 10% annual interest compounded and payable semiannually (every
six months). Calculate the semiannual payments and provide a table
that shows semiannual payment, balance, interest payment, payment
to principal for each payment as well as total amount which Ms.
Klein will pay to the bank for the borrowed amount including
interest and principal payments in the entire period of two years.

4. Ms. Klein borrowed $2,000 from a bank on annuity for 2 years
at 10% annual interest compounded and payable semiannually (every
six months). Calculate the semiannual payments and provide a table
that shows semiannual payment, balance, interest payment, payment
to principal for each payment as well as total amount which Ms.
Klein will pay to the bank for the borrowed amount including
interest and principal payments in the entire period of two
years.

Ellen borrowed $25,000 from a loan shark at the APR of 35%,
compounded monthly. The entire amount, principal plus interest, is
to be repaid at the end of five years. This loan shark is not a
nice person and Ellen is a little nervous, so she starts a savings
account in her local bank. The bank pays interest at the APR of 8%,
compounded quarterly. Ellen will make 20 equal quarterly deposits
into her account, then, right after the last...

Q2) An engineer borrowed $3000 from the bank, payable in six
equal end-of-year payments at 8%. The bank agreed to reduce the
interest on the loan if interest rates declined in the United
States before the loan was fully repaid. At the end of 3 years, at
the time of the third payment, the bank agreed to reduce the
interest rate from 8% to 7% on the remaining debt. What was the
amount of the equal annual end-of-year
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On January 1, 2024, ABC Company borrowed $187,000 from the
bank. The loan requires annual payments of $40,600 every
December 31, beginning December 31, 2024. Assume the loan
has an interest rate of 10% compounded annually.
Calculate the amount of the note payable at December 31, 2025
that would be classified as a current liability.

On January 1, 2024, ABC Company borrowed $182,000 from the
bank. The loan requires annual payments of $25,200 every
December 31, beginning December 31, 2024. Assume the loan
has an interest rate of 10% compounded annually.
Calculate the amount of the note payable at December 31, 2025
that would be classified as a current liability.

On January 1, 2024, ABC Company borrowed $215,000 from the
bank. The loan requires annual payments of $29,100 every
December 31, beginning December 31, 2024. Assume the loan
has an interest rate of 10% compounded annually.
Calculate the amount of the note payable at December 31, 2025
that would be classified as a current liability.

On January 1, 2020, ABC Company borrowed $200,000 from the bank. The loan is
a 10-year note payable that requires semi-annual payments of $24,000 every
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Calculate the amount of the note payable at December 31, 2020 that would be
classified as a long-term liability.

2) Gertrude has borrowed $6000 from
her bank to buy a new machine for her business. She has promised to
make payments of $2000 after two years, $2500 after three years,
and a final payment after five years. What is the size of the last
payment, if interest is 8% compounded semiannually?
*Please use financial calculator method and show the values
being entered for PY, CY, I, N, PMT, FV, PV along with your final
answer*

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