# math

What is the interest owed if the principle is 56,950. at 11 4/5 % interest for 155 days, using the 365 day calendar?

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1. Simple interest formula:
Interest
=PRT
=56950*0.118*(155/365)
=2853.74

Compound interest:
depends on the compounding frequency (not available)

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