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How much money can I borrow if I have $5 000 for a deposit? 2006-04-19
From Chris:
I have a sum of cash that I want to use as a deposit ($ 5 000) and a lender will lend me 65% of the purchase price. How do I calculate the maximum value I can borrow?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Payment plus interest 2004-09-14
From Penny:
Brian wants to borrow some money from Margaret.
After three years he is to pay X back plus one interest sum of 25%. If he is pays back a total of $3800, what was the original sum borrowed?

Answered by Penny Nom.
Borrowing from zero 2001-03-30
From Nikki:
Here is the problem:

- 866.20

Now I know this equals 4,167.36 which I figured out on the calculator just to make sure. But when I did it by hand, I kept ending up with 5,167.36, which I knew was impossible. What am I doing wrong??

Answered by Leeanne Boehm and Claude Tardif.
Borrowing 2000-04-17
From A college student:
How would you explain borrowing to an elementary school student?
Answered by Penny Nom.



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