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Term of Loan/Date of Loan using Banker's Rule?
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On 4 Oct 2010, Alia paid $8200 for his loan of $8000 made on a certain date. If the simple interest rate was 5%, determine:
a)the term of the loan
b)the date of the loan using Banker's Rule
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