SOMEBODY HELP ME WITH MATH!!!!!!
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A person wishes to borrow $20,000 and has the following options. One lending source offers the loan for 24 monthly payments at an annual percentage rate of 14%. The second source offers the loan for 18 monthly payments at an annual percentage rate of 16% which of these two payment schedules has the lower monthly payment

SOMEBODY HELP ME WITH MATH!!!!!! 
Steve
Plug and chug:
M = Pr/(1(1+r)^n)
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