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This is the cost of using some other person’s or bank’s money.
 A Interest B Bill C Principal D Credit
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -Interest is the monetary charge for borrowing money-generally expressed as a percentage, such as an annual percentage rate (APR). Interest may be earned by lenders for the use of their funds or paid by borrowers for the use of those funds.

Detailed explanation-2: -Interest-The price that people pay to borrow money. When people make loan payments, interest is a part of the payment. Interest Rate-The cost of borrowing money expressed as a percentage of the amount borrowed (principal). Typically, low-risk borrowers with good credit scores pay the lowest interest rates.

Detailed explanation-3: -Interest rate / Annual Percentage Rate (APR) The APR is the amount of annual interest plus fees you’ll pay averaged over the full term of the loan. Focusing on the APR allows you to better compare the cost of borrowing from different lenders, who may all have different fee structures.

Detailed explanation-4: -What Is Interest Cost? Interest cost is the cumulative amount of interest a borrower pays on a debt obligation over the life of the borrowing. Interest is paid on the debt in addition to repayment of principal.

Detailed explanation-5: -The total cost of the loan is the amount of money that you borrow plus the interest that you have to pay on that loan. Therefore, cost of borrowing refers to the principal amount of the loan + the interests + the fees that you have to pay for that loan and the total amount equals what is called cost of borrowing.

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