1. ## Maturity Value

A businesswoman signs a 120-day, 9% simple interest note of $40,000 on May 25. Find the maturity date of the note and the maturity value of the note using ordinary method. 2. Originally Posted by magentarita A businesswoman signs a 120-day, 9% simple interest note of$40,000 on May 25. Find the maturity date of the note and the maturity value of the note using ordinary method.
Using "ordinary method", I assume, means using the simple interest formula.

$\displaystyle A=P+P\cdot R \cdot T$

$\displaystyle A=40000+40000\cdot .09 \cdot \frac{1}{3}$

$\displaystyle \boxed{A=\$41,200}$Value of the note at maturity The maturity date is 120 days from May 25. If you include May 25, 7 days - May 25 to May 31 30 days - June 31 days - July 31 days - August 21 days - September ---------------------- 120 days have been reached on September 21. 3. ## ok..... Originally Posted by masters Using "ordinary method", I assume, means using the simple interest formula.$\displaystyle A=P+P\cdot R \cdot T\displaystyle A=40000+40000\cdot .09 \cdot \frac{1}{3}\displaystyle \boxed{A=\$41,200}$ Value of the note at maturity

The maturity date is 120 days from May 25. If you include May 25,

7 days - May 25 to May 31
30 days - June
31 days - July
31 days - August
21 days - September
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120 days have been reached on September 21.
Words like "maturity value" and "ordinary method" blew me away.