You have taken out a 60-month, $19,000 car loan with an APR of 4%, compounded monthly. The monthly payment on the loan is $349.91. Assume that right after you make your 50th payment, the balance of the loan is $3,435.80. How much of your next payment goes toward principal and how much goes toward interest? Compare this with the principal and interest paid in the first month’s payment.

– The amount that goes towards interest is $ (Round to the nearest cent.)

– The amount that goes towards the principal is $

Compare this with the principal and interest paid in the first month’s payment. (Select the best choice below.)

-A. In the first month, the amount that goes towards principal is $63.33 and toward interest is $286.58. Therefore, you can see that over time, as you pay down the principal of the loan, more of your payment has to go to cover interest and less of your payment can go towards reducing the principal

– In the first month, the amount that goes towards principal is $286.58 and toward interest is $63.33. Therefore, you can see that over time, as you pay down the principal of the loan, more of your payment has to go to cover interelt and less of your payment can go towards reducing the principal.

– In the first month, the amount that goes towards principal is $286.58 and toward interest is $63.33. Therefore, you can see that over time, as you pay down the principal of the loan, less of your payment has to go to cover interest and more of your payment can go towards reducing the principal