Question: Calculate The Present Value Of A Loan That Could Be Cleared By Payments Of $3,400 At The End Of Every 6 Months For 8 Years If Money Earns 7.26% Compounded Semi-annually. Round To The Nearest Cent

Calculate the present value of a loan that could be cleared bypayments of $3,400 at the end of every 6 months for 8 years ifmoney earns 7.26% compounded semi-annually. Round to the nearestcent

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