business Math

posted by .

what is the amortization formula?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Math amortization payments

    What amortization payment would be required every six months at 14% interest to pay off a loan that is $35,000 with in four years. answer needs to be rounded to the nearest cent. please check my answer thanks :) $5,861.37
  2. accounting

    hey guyz, i've got this true/false question about trademark's amortization under U.S GAAP : Begining with 2002, U.S financial statements, U.S GAAP was changed to require amortization of trademarks on the straight-line basis. Did this …
  3. grade 12 accounting

    The account accumulated amortization - equipment is a credit account and it has 1,200 in it on the work sheet for the month ended march 31, 2003. I have to make an adjustment to it, and the adjustment is: amortization for march is …
  4. grade 12 accounting

    I posted a question a while ago, I was hoping someone would get back to it?
  5. AC 323CT

    . Harold Stevenson purchased substantially all of the business assets of the Troy Creamery on January 17. As part of the purchase price he paid $200,000 for the patent on an ice cream making process. Harold also pays $20,000 for the …
  6. Credit Policies and Procedures

    Can someone please show me the formula to do an amortization schedule on paper?
  7. math

    evaluate the amortization formula m= p(r/n)/1-(1+r/n)^nt for the variables p,r, and t (respectively). Assume n=12 (Round your answer to nearest cent.) $150,000;6%;15 yr
  8. finite math

    Using the formula for PV (present value) of an oridinary annuity or the amortization formula to solve this problem. PV=13000 I=.03% PMT=500 n=?
  9. finite math

    using the formula for present value of ordinary annuity or the amortization formula to solve this problem. PV=13000 I= .015 PMT=550 n?
  10. Business Math

    A $20,000 loan is amortized by equal semiannual payments over 10 years. If the interest rate is 8% compounded semi annually find the size of the payments. What is the unpaid balance after 6 years?

More Similar Questions