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Radhika is refinancing a business loan and is considering 2 different loan offers. Under Offer 1, the loan's initial principal would be $190,000, and she would pay down $1,250 in principal with each monthly payment during the first year of the loan. Under Offer 2, $4,000 in refinancing fees would be added to bring the principal to $194,000, but she would pay down $1,775 in principal with each monthly payment during the first year.
In the first column of the table, select the amount of principal that would remain after 12 monthly payments under Offer 1. In the second column of the table, select the amount of principal that would remain after 12 monthly payments under Offer 2. Make only two selections, one in each column.
A. $168,700
B. $171,000
C. $172,700
D. $175,000
E. $176,700
F. $179,000
Offer 1 :
Principal Amount = 1,90,000
Per Month = 1250
12 Months = 12*1250=12500+2500=15000
Balance = 190000-15000 = 175000
Offer 2 :
Principal Amount = 1,94,000
Per Month = 1775
12 Months = 12*1775=17750+3550=21,300
Balance = 194000-21300 = 1,72,700
So Option D and option C.
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