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Date of Note March 11, length of note 200 days, Date of discount, June 28. What is the maturity date and the discount period, no leap years, exact days

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  1. Rex Corporation accepted a $5,000 8%, 120-day note dated August 8 from Regis Company in settlement of a past bill. On October 11, Rex discounted the note at Park Bank at 9%. What is the note's dicount period?

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  2. Rex Corporation accepted a $5,000 8%, 120-day note dated August 8 from Regis Company in settlement of a past bill. On October 11, Rex discounted the note at Park Bank at 9%. What is the note's maturity value?

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