Mathematics, 21.06.2019 14:30, yousuasgha5705

# After the seventh month of a 12-month loan: the numerator is: {(n + 11) + (n + 10) + (n + 9) + (n + 8) + (n + 7) + (n + 6) + (n + 5)} = , and the denominator is: {(n) + (n + 1) + + (n + 11)} = . therefore, the fraction is numerator/denominator (to the nearest tenth) = %

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Mathematics, 20.06.2019 18:02, onlyceleste212

Determine the fraction of total interest owed. after the seventh month of a 12-month loan, the numerator is: {(n + 11) + (n + 10) + (n + 9) + (n + 8) + (n + 7) + (n + 6) + (n + 5)} = , and the denominator is: {(n) + (n + 1) + + (n + 11)} = . therefore, the fraction is numerator/denominator (to the nearest tenth) = %.

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Mathematics, 23.06.2019 23:30, aiselsarmientop8o290

After the seventh month of a 12-month loan: the numerator is: {(n + 11) + (n + 10) + (n + 9) + (n + 8) + (n + 7) + (n + 6) + (n + 5)} = , and the denominator is: {(n) + (n + 1) + + (n + 11)} = . therefore, the fraction is numerator/denominator (to the nearest tenth)

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Mathematics, 24.06.2019 14:00, legault4983

After the seventh month of a 12-month loan: the numerator is: {(n + 11) + (n + 10) + (n + 9) + (n + 8) + (n + 7) + (n + 6) + (n + 5)} = , and the denominator is: {(n) + (n + 1) + + (n + 11)} = . therefore, the fraction is numerator/denominator (to the nearest tenth)

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Mathematics, 07.11.2019 19:31, Miznatnasah

Use the example above and determine the fraction of total interest paid. after the seventh month of a 12-month loan: the numerator is: {(n + 11) + (n + 10) + (n + 9) + (n + 8) + (n + 7) + (n + 6) + (n + 5)} = , and the denominator is: {(n) + (n + 1) + + (n + 11)} = . therefore, the fraction is numerator/denominator (to the nearest tenth) = %.

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