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From the following information, determine the maturity date of the loan.

Enter the full name of the month. (E.g., March)

Loan Date Time of Loan (days) Maturity Date

February 5 110

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  1. rom the following information, determine the maturity date of the loan.

    Enter the full name of the month. (E.g., March)

    Loan Date Time of Loan (days) Maturity Date

    February 5 110

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    posted by reva
  2. Date loan was made July 14, Face value $20,400, Term of loan 90 days, Rate 113/4, date loan is due__________, Maturity value___________

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