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Henry Devine bought a new dishwasher for $320. He paid $20 down and made 10 monthly payments of $34. What actual yearly interest rate did Henry pay? A. 68.75 B. 34.38 C. 29.09 D. 14.55
Weegy: 14.55 is the actual yearly interest rate that Henry pay. Solution: (320 - 20)/2 = $150 was the average balance during payoff. [ Total interest payments were (340-320) = $20 (5/6 yr)* %150*I (per yr) = $20 I = 0.16 = 16% It is actually a bit lower than that, because the average balance is a bit higher than $150. So I'd got with 14.55% ] (More)
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Juan Ramirez sells suits in a major department store on weekends. He earns a commission of 5 percent on the first ten suits, and if he sells more than ten, he earns an additional 3 percent on the additional suits. Last weekend Juan sold thirteen $250 suits. What was his commission? A. $210.40 B. $260.00 C. $185.00 D. $147.50
Weegy: To solve this problem, you first want to take 250 (price of suits) 10 (the number of suits he earns 5% commission on) * .05 (to add the commission, [ then add this to 250 times 3 (the number of remaining suit) times .08 (to accommodate for the new commission). Thus, (250*10*.05)+(250*3*.08)= C. $185. ] (More)
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Which of the following is not a process of a stream load? A. Suspension B. Divide C. Materials in solution D. Bed Load
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Divide is not a process of a stream load.
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The SI temperature scale used in science is the A. Fahrenheit. B. Kelvin. C. boiling point. D. Celsius.
Weegy: The SI temperature scale used in science is the Kelvin. (More)
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Which of the following is not a major ocean on Earth? A. Atlantic B. Southern C. Pacific D. Indian
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