Systematic risk is also referred to asdiversifiable riskeconomic risknondiversifiable risknot relevantDebt is generally the least expensive source of capital. This is primarily due tofixed interest paymentsits position in the priority of claims on assets and earnings in the event of liquidationthe tax deductibility of interest paymentsthe secured nature of a debt obligationA firm arranged for a 120-day bank loan at an annual rate of interest of 10 percent. If the loan is for $100,000, how much interest in dollars will the firm pay? (Assume a 360-day year.)$10,000$30,000$3,333$1,000

Systematic risk is also referred to asdiversifiable riskeconomic risknondiversifiable risknot relevantDebt is generally the least expensive source of capital. This is primarily due tofixed interest paymentsits position in the priority of claims on assets and earnings in the event of liquidationthe tax deductibility of interest paymentsthe secured nature of a debt obligationA firm arranged for a 120-day bank loan at an annual rate of interest of 10 percent. If the loan is for $100,000, how much interest in dollars will the firm pay? (Assume a 360-day year.)$10,000$30,000$3,333$1,000

Systematic risk is also referred to asdiversifiable riskeconomic risknondiversifiable risknot relevantDebt is generally the least expensive source of capital. This is primarily due tofixed interest paymentsits position in the priority of claims on assets and earnings in the event of liquidationthe tax deductibility of interest paymentsthe secured nature of a debt obligationA firm arranged for a 120-day bank loan at an annual rate of interest of 10 percent. If the loan is for $100,000, how much interest in dollars will the firm pay? (Assume a 360-day year.)$10,000$30,000$3,333$1,000