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Using the formula for PV (present value) of an oridinary annuity or the amortization formula to solve this problem.

PV=13000 I=.03% PMT=500 n=?

I have done it over and over and can't it correct

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  1. I got .03%

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  2. Thanks but sorry it was incorrect.

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