# math bus 105

posted by christina

Calculate (a) interest and maturity value, (b) discount period, (c) bank discount, and (d) proceeds. Assume ordinary interest. (Round answers to nearest hundredths)

Date of note Face value Length of note Interest rate Bank discount rate Date of discount

Feb. 12 \$80,000 150 days 8% 4% Jun 12

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