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what is the simple interest of \$1500.00 for 4 months at 63/4% annual interest?

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what is 1500(.0675)(4/12) ?

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2.25%

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A quick question for Reiny, how did you calculate 63/4%, if you could explian in detial, I would highly appreciate it.
Thank you,

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