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Question 16 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 16. Which of the following options is a better purchase for a microwave? A. $5 down with equal payments of $10 for 15 weeks B. $20 down with equal payments of $10 for 12 weeks C. $10 down with equal payments of $5 for 24 weeks D. $0 down with equal payments of $15 for 9 weeks
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$10 down with equal payments of $5 for 24 months is a better purchase for a microwave. 1) $20 down with equal payments of $10 for 12 weeks = 20 + 10*12 =$140 , 2) $5 down with equal payments of $10 for 15 weeks = 5 + 10*15 = $155 , 3)$10 down with equal payments of $5 for 24 months = 10 +(24*5) = 120+10 =130 , 4) $0 down with equal payments of $15 for 9 months = 15*9 =$135.
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$10 down with equal payments of $5 for 24 months is a better purchase for a microwave. 1) $20 down with equal payments of $10 for 12 weeks = 20 + 10*12 =$140 , 2) $5 down with equal payments of $10 for 15 weeks = 5 + 10*15 = $155 , 3)$10 down with equal payments of $5 for 24 months = 10 +(24*5) = 120+10 =130 , 4) $0 down with equal payments of $15 for 9 months = 15*9 =$135.
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