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Topic: Hewlett Packard 10B business calculator
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bobmill@dove.mtx.net.au

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Hewlett Packard 10B business calculator
Posted: Jun 22, 1996 11:45 PM
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Someone has just given me a Hewlett Packard 10B business/financial
calculator.
Being an arithmetical dummy, could some kind person please tell me how
to work out this financial scenario.

An investor makes a short term loan to a factoring company of $19,300
After 23 days, $8,500 of the principal and $185 in interest is
returned to the investor.
After a total of 47 days, the remainder of the principal ($10,800)
and a further $292 in interest is returned.

Could you please tell me how to work out:
1. The effective annual % return on the first part of the loan
2. The effective annual % return on the remaining part of the loan.
3. The effective annual % return on the total deal including both
parts.
4. The section in the owner's manual which shows examples of the
above.

With thanks, e-mail replies would be much appreciated.

bobmill@dove.mtx.net.au






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