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Q: Caleb bought a car fur $6900. He agreed on a five year loan at a 5.4 interest rate .Calculate what calebs monthly payments will be?

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This means out of the total number of accounts you have, you have not paid on enough of them as agreed when you where issued the account. Example would be late payments.

Not enough information. The interest earned depends on the capital (which is the only datum provided), on the interest rate, on the time (for example, how long you leave interest in your bank), and on whether simple or compound interest was agreed.

5% per year, simple interest.

It depends on the terms agreed with the lender.

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If you do not make the payments agreed to in the contract, on time, the answer is yes. if they agree to accepting a payment get it in writing ,then you have them.otherwise your screwed they will lie and tell you anything to get the car If it ain't in writing it ain't no agreement.

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i think so:D

It would depend on what contract he or she agreed to.