X will represent the number of $10 bills. Y will represent the number of $20 bills.
Step 1: Set up a system of equations. What do we know from the information given? Well we know that Jeannie has $4370 total made up of a certain amount of $10 bills...

If the market rate or yield rate is higher than the coupon rate on the bond, you would not purchase that bond at a premium because it is valued under market, so you'd purchase it at a discount.
Here's one way to look at it: Let's say you have two bonds and you are deciding which one to purchase...

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In order to construct the bond premium amortization schedule, the price that the bond sold for is needed. The fact that there is a bond premium indicates that the bond price exceeds the face value of the bond. Also, are you using the straight line method to amortize or the effective...