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Sheet metals has an outstanding loan that calls for equal annual payments of $12,600.47 over the life of the loan. the original loan amount was $72,000 at an apr of 8.15 percent. how much of the third loan payment is interest? a) $5,868.00b) $4,725.89c) $4,896.48d) $5,009.16e) $4,687.53

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