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rate.
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(c) Find the annual timeweighted yield rate Arthur experiences over his investment.
Round your answers to the nearest hundredth
of a percent.
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View Full Document2. ( pt.) On January 15, 2000, Enterprise A loans $6,000
to Enterprise B and $17,000
to
Enterprise C. Enterprise B repays Enterprise A $7,000
on Ja,nuary
15, 2002 and half of
this money
is reinvested
at a SVo
annual effective
rate. Enterprice C repays Enterprise
A $22,500
on January 15,2004.
Let z denote
the annual yield rate received
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