no, P is always what is borrowed. Whatever we sign a loan for that's P. M is what we should pay afterward, it's what's due after the interest is applied

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- Jun 16th 2007, 06:41 PMJhevon
- Jun 16th 2007, 06:45 PMneverlosehope
ok so what is indebyed is m & we need to get p

& what is signed or borrowed it's p & we need to get m

Is that right???? - Jun 16th 2007, 06:46 PMJhevon
- Jun 16th 2007, 06:47 PMneverlosehope
so, if a person indebted so it's M & we need to get p

& if a person borrowed or signed a loan so it's p & we need to get M

Is that what u mean??? - Jun 16th 2007, 06:49 PMJhevon
I am saying what is a person is indebted is M and what they borrowed was P. we have to read the question to know what we need to get.

it is not every question that gives us P asks us to find M or every question that gives us M asks us to find P.

Just know what M and P is, and then read the question to see what you need to get - Jun 16th 2007, 06:52 PMneverlosehope
Ok i got i got thank u soo much :o