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Wed, 16 Jan 2019 03:07:27 GMTSo I have five silver bars all worth $2,100 each total price that's $10,500 the money goes to an estate where the feds take out half the profit. The estate gets divvied up 35% 25% 20% 20%. One person with the 35% buys one of the bars one person with 20% buys one of the bars and one person with 20% buys three of the bars. Saying that the bars are at the same value what is the return on the purchase of the bars per person if at all
]]>Finance/Business MathJchumhttps://www.freemathhelp.com/forum/threads/114174-Silver-barsWeird loan
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Sun, 13 Jan 2019 15:34:43 GMTA $1000.00 loan over a 12month period, at rate 1% per month.
Monthly payments are p per month for 1st 4 months,
no payments next 4 months, then p...A $1000.00 loan over a 12month period, at rate 1% per month.
Monthly payments are p per month for 1st 4 months,
no payments next 4 months, then p per month for last 4 months.

Calculate p.
]]>Finance/Business MathDenishttps://www.freemathhelp.com/forum/threads/114148-Weird-loanPersonal Finace Question. Taxation
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Sun, 06 Jan 2019 22:21:11 GMTLook at the Attachment for my problem.
My work
2,000 Hrs worked during the year
_x $14 Received per hour_
$28,000 yearly income
$4,050...Look at the Attachment for my problem.

My work

2,000 Hrs worked during the year x $14 Received per hour
$28,000 yearly income

$4,050 Exemption +$6,350 Standard Deduction $10,400 Exemption and Standard Deduction

$28,000 Yearly Income -$10,400 Exemption and Standard Deduction $17,600 Taxable Income
x 0.15 Tax Rate Single Bracket

]]>Finance/Business MathTitanichttps://www.freemathhelp.com/forum/threads/114060-Personal-Finace-Question-TaxationFinance Charge Per $100.00
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Wed, 02 Jan 2019 16:26:14 GMTThe calculation for determining the finance charge per $100.00 is determined by the following:
Finance Charge/Amount financed * $100.00 = the...The calculation for determining the finance charge per $100.00 is determined by the following:

Finance Charge/Amount financed * $100.00 = the finance charge per $100.00

Since the denominator (amount finance) is not multiplied by $100.00, how does the result equal the finance charge per $100.00? The numerator (finance charge) is the only amount multiplied by $100.00.

Illustrated example: $49.00/$200.00 * $100.00 If $49.00 is divided by $200.00 the result is $0.245/$1.00. If $0.245/$1.00 * $100.00 = $24.50/$1.00. This answer is not $24.50/$100.00.

If the division is not used to indicate the $0.245 per $1.00, the result becomes $49.00/$200.00 * $100.00 = $4,900.00/$200.00.
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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 21:00:06 GMTHi;
I have a exam tomorrow but I need help for this question
a lean of 20.000 is to be amortised by equal payment of the end of each year for 4...Hi;
I have a exam tomorrow but I need help for this question

a lean of 20.000 is to be amortised by equal payment of the end of each year for 4 years. İf interest is calculate at the save of %5 annualy

a) annual payment
b) the principal at the beginning of third year?
c) the total interst will be paid
d) Rest of the debt at the end of 2nd year

Need help and thank you
]]>Finance/Business MathMhmdozerhttps://www.freemathhelp.com/forum/threads/114005-Need-help-about-this-question<![CDATA[Fun Loan: Borrowed $8000 over 36 mo's. 1st payment $37. Payments increase by $15/mo]]>
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Thu, 27 Dec 2018 19:09:45 GMTBorrowed is $8000, over 36 months.
1st payment is $37.
Payments increase by $15 each month (so 36th payment = $562).
How much interest has been...Borrowed is $8000, over 36 months.
1st payment is $37.
Payments increase by $15 each month (so 36th payment = $562).
How much interest has been paid?
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