Business, 12.11.2019 03:31, shanasia76

Analyzing and computing accrued interest on notes compute any interest accrued for each of the following notes payable owed by penman, inc., as of december 31, 2012 (assume a 365-day year). round your answers to two decimal places. lender issuance date principal coupon rate (%) term accrued interest nissim 11/21/2012 $18,000 10% 120 days answer 0 klein 12/13/2012 14,000 9 90 days answer 0 bildersee 12/19/2012 16,000 12 60 days

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