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If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay: A. $100. B. $105. C. $110. D. $115.
If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay $110.
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User: If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay: A. $100. B. $105. C. $110. D. $115.

Weegy: If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay $110.
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User: A certificate of deposit usually has: A. high interest-rate risk. B. low safety for savers. C. limited liquidity. D. a variable rate of return.

Weegy: C. limited liquidity.
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User: Which bankruptcy allows a debtor with a regular income to extinguish his or her debts from future earnings or other property over a period of time? A. Chapter 7 B. Chapter 11 C. Chapter 13 D. Chapter 15

Weegy: C. Chapter 13 allows a debtor with a regular income to extinguish his or her debts from future earnings or other property over a period of time.
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