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# When you purchased your​ car, you took out a​ five-year annual-payment loan with an interest rate...

When you purchased your​ car, you took out a​ five-year annual-payment loan with an interest rate of 5.9 % per year. The annual payment on the car is \$ 5,100. You have just made a payment and have now decided to pay off the loan by repaying the outstanding balance. What is the payoff amount for the following​ scenarios? a. You have owned the car for one year​ (so there are four years left on the​ loan)? b. You have owned the car for four years​ (so there is one year left on the​ loan)?

Annual Payment = \$5,100
Annual Interest Rate = 5.9%
Remaining Period = 4 years

Loan Outstanding = \$5,100 * PVIFA(5.90%, 4)
Loan Outstanding = \$5,100 * (1 - (1/1.059)^4) / 0.059
Loan Outstanding = \$5,100 * 3.4731
Loan Outstanding = \$17,712.81

Amount repaid is \$17,712.81

Annual Payment = \$5,100
Annual Interest Rate = 5.9%
Remaining Period = 1 years

Loan Outstanding = \$5,100 * PVIF(5.90%, 1)
Loan Outstanding = \$5,100 / 1.059
Loan Outstanding = \$4,815.86

Amount repaid is \$4,815.86

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