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Suppose you borrow P dollars at a monthly interest rate of r (as a decimal) and wish to pay off the loan in t months. Then your monthly payment can be calculated using the following formula in dollars.

M =
 Pr(1 + r)t (1 + r)t − 1

Remember that for monthly compounding, you get the monthly rate by dividing the APR by 12. Suppose you borrow \$4600 at 9% APR (meaning that you use r = 0.09/12 in the preceding formula) and pay it back in 2 years.

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