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What is the maturity value of the following loan? Use MV = P(1 + RT) to find the maturity.
Principal=$120,740, Rate=11¾ and Time= 7 months

What is the maturity value of the following loan? Use MV = P(1 + RT) to find the maturity.
Principal=$120,740, Rate=11¾ and Time= 7 months
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