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I was solving some objective tests in the bpp revision kit, i see sometimes in the fill in the gap questions they might use the full number in calculations for instance 5,000,000 while in others they will use 5,000. You get a sligthly different number my question is does the exam allow for a small deviation or it marks the specific number you put in?
I solved an amortized cost question and it was asking for the financing cost. I did 9,190,000 * 8%= 735,200
In the answer thow it calculated it as 9,190*8%= 735.
Would it mark it wrong because of this ?
It would be very clear as to how you should enter the figure.