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The effective-interest method of bond amortization finds the difference between the ________ times the ________ and the ________ times the ________.A. stated interest rate, principal, stated interest rate, carrying valueB. stated interest rate, principal, market interest rate, carrying valueC. stated interest rate, carrying value, market interest rate, principalD. market interest rate, carrying value, market interest rate, principal

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Chapter 13

Long-Term Liabilities

Section 2

Compute Amortization of Long-Term Liabilities Using the Effective-Interest Method

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