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can someone give me a hint on how to solve this problem please?


On March 1, 2011, Catherine purchased $60,000 of Tyson Co.'s 6%, 17-year bonds at face value. Tyson Co. has regularly paid the annual interest due on the bonds. On March 1, 2016, market interest rates had risen to 10%, and Catherine is considering selling the bonds. Use present value tables
 

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You need to read the caveat about exams and students posting questions here.

Aside from that there is a clue in the question and more than likely examples in your book and elsewhere on line.
 
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I have tried subtracting the years, I have calculated at 5 years. I've calculated 6% and 10%. I have subtracted answers. I've tried various number associated with the years and percentages on the Factors for Calculating the Present Value of $1 Discount Rate Table./9
 
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