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3. When bonds mature, a corporation will pay the bondholders (Points : 5) a) the current market value of the bonds. b) the face amount plus the original premium or minus the original discount. c) the face amount plus the interest accrued since the date the bonds were issued. d) the face amount of the bonds.
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When bonds mature, a corporation will pay the bondholders the face amount of the bonds.
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