using namespace std Loan:Loan cfw annualInterestRate = 9.5 numberOfYears = 30 loanAmount = 100000 ">

Loan.cpp - #include"Loan.h#include using namespace...

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#include "Loan.h" #include <cmath> using namespace std; Loan::Loan() { annualInterestRate = 9.5; numberOfYears = 30; loanAmount = 100000; } Loan::Loan(double rate, int years, double amount) { annualInterestRate = rate; numberOfYears = years; loanAmount = amount; } double Loan::getAnnualInterestRate() { return annualInterestRate; } int Loan::getNumberOfYears() { return numberOfYears; } double Loan::getLoanAmount() { return loanAmount; } void Loan::setAnnualInterestRate(double rate) { annualInterestRate = rate;
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