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A credit card company charges a customer 1.8% per month on the unpaid balance of charges on a credit card. What is the finance charge in a month in which the customer has an unpaid balance of $1,205.62? $13.72 $217.01 $1.81 $21.70
A credit card company charges a customer 1.8% per month on the unpaid balance of charges on a credit card. The finance charge in a month in which the customer has an unpaid balance of $1,205.62 is $21.70. $1,205.62 x 1.8 /100 = $21.70
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