# Loan Interest and Maturity Value

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1. Using the exact interest method (365 days), find the amount of interest on the following loan

Principal Rate (%) Time (days) Exact Interest

$1,700 12½ % 33

(Points : 2)

2. What is the maturity value of the following loan? Use MV = P(1 + RT) to find the maturity.

Principal Rate (%) Time Maturity Value

$120,740 11¾ % 7 months

(Points : 3)

3. Determine the number of days of the following loan.

Loan Date Due Date Number of Days

October 20 December 18

(Points : 2)

4. Determine the maturity date of the following loan.

Loan Date Time Loan (days) Maturity Date

May 15 111

(Points : 3)

5. Compute the principal for the following loan. (Round to the nearest cent, 2 places after decimal.)

Principal Rate (%) Time Interest

10½ % 10 months $5,900

(Points : 2)

6. Compute the rate for the following loan. Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.

Principal Rate (%) Time Interest

$50,000 9 months $4,500

(Points : 2)

7. On May 23, Samantha Best borrowed $40,000 from the Tri City Credit Union at 13% for 160 days. The credit union uses the exact interest method. What was the amount of interest on the loan? (round to the nearest hundredth) (Points : 2)

8. Using the scenario from the previous question, calculate the maturity value of the loan. (round to the nearest hundredth) (Points : 3)

9. What is the maturity date of Samantha Best's loan? (Points : 2)

10. Katie Chalmers borrowed money from her credit union at 13.2% simple interest to buy furniture. If the loan was repaid in 2½ years and the amount of interest was $1,320, how much did Katie borrow? (Points : 3)

11. Alicia Eastman deposited $2,000 in a savings account at the Biltmore Bank paying 6% ordinary interest. How many years will it take for her investment to amount to $2,600? (Points : 3)

12. Using the scenario from the previous question, determine the maturity date of the loan. (Points : 2)

13. Varsity Press, a publisher of college textbooks, received a $70,000 promissory note at 12% ordinary interest for 60 days from one of its customers, Reader's Choice Bookstores. After 20 days, Varsity Press discounted the note at the Grove Isle Bank at a discount rate of 14.5%. The note was made on March 21. What was the maturity date of the note? (Points : 2)

14. Using the scenario from the previous question, calculate the maturity value of the note. (Points : 3)

15. What was the discount date of the note from the previous question? (Points : 3)

16. What proceeds did Varsity Press receive after discounting the note? (Points : 3)

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The loan interest and maturity values are given. The exact interest methods are analyzed.

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1. Using the exact interest method (365 days), find the amount of interest on the following loan

Principal Rate (%) Time (days) Exact Interest

$1,700 12½ % 33 19.21

(Points : 2)

2. What is the maturity value of the following loan? Use MV = P(1 + RT) to find the maturity.

Principal Rate (%) Time Maturity Value

$120,740 11¾ % 7 months 128823.64

(Points : 3)

3. Determine the number of days of the following loan.

Loan Date Due Date Number of Days

October 20 December 18 60 days

(Points : 2)

4. Determine the maturity date of the following loan.

Loan Date Time Loan (days) Maturity Date

May 15 111 3 Sep 2013

(Points : 3)

5. Compute the ...

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