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John Receive a 10,000 loan, with an interest rate of 6 %, for 6 years.

What is the principal amount paid on the 6th through 9th payments?

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Amt. paid on principal.

6th----\$118.65.
7th----\$119.25.
8th----\$119.84.
9th----\$120.44.

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