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john had an unpaid debt of $1,177.79 on
a credit card at the beginning of the month. He made a payment of $430.00 and made purchases of $366.02 during that month. If the interst rate of john's credit card was 4.5% per month on the unpaid balance,find his finance
charge and the new balance at the beginning of the next month.
please help me quick...thanks so much

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