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A couple purchasing a home budget $1700 per month for their loan payment. If they have $15,000 available for a down payment and are considering a 25-year loan, how much can they spend on the home at each of the following rates? (Round your answers to the nearest cent.)
(a) 6.9% compounded monthly
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(b) 7.1% compounded monthly

  1. Anonymous

    A: 205,379.74
    B: 94,262.53

  2. Anonymous

    A: 205,379.74
    B: 94,262.53

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