Amortization table. But to do that, we have to first calculate our our value eso that the present value of this loan is $110,000. Uh, in order to find that hard, but you have to divide that by one minus one. Plus our interest rate. This is a semi annual payment. Eso then the interest rate is 8%. So that means we're ready one minus 1.4 It's gonna have a nine payments system E to the negative. Ninth power all over 0.4 Okay, So hadn't or calculator. So we have 110,000 and one minus 1.4 to the ninth. Power called about about 0.4 So each payment is gonna be for 14,794 dollars in 23 cents. Okay, So the next step to creating our amortization table, um, we're going Teoh, Just send it up. Probing. He only wants the 1st 4 so we just do 1234 Ah, the amount paid is that 14,000 number. So it's always gonna be that 7 14 1007 94 780 but it's just that number from above and 23 cents. Our interest value that were gonna pay on the loan gets calculated each time. The portion that goes towards paying off the principal will get by subtracting the interest that gets calculated from the actual amount paid. We have a capital principle that needs to get paid off. So our first, uh, thing we do is we set it up at our zero level. Okay, then we have an amount that we're paying first. Okay, so if we pay Ah, wait. Any calculator interest? So that interest on 110,000 for first payment, we're gonna pull 4400. Now, I was subtracted off of our payment, really? Making a payment of 10,300 $94 and 23 cents, which is gonna leave as our principal of 99,000 $35 and 77 cents. Okay. Again, we're gonna take 4% of that. So we're gonna have 39 84 23. We're gonna take that off the top of our our initial payment. It's got to get our portion. It goes towards the principles. 10,810 initially is our principals sitting at 88,000 $795.77. Okay, finding 4% of that. We have 3500 $51 in 83 cents. If we subtract that from the actual payment, we're actually paying off $11,242 and 40 cents off of our principal, which leaves us with $77,553 and 37 cents. And then the last one I'm recording here multiply that by 4% and we have $3102 and 13 cents. Which leaves us with 11,600 $92.10 going towards the principle, which puts the principal at 65,000 100 $61 in 27 cents. We just keep going and following that algorithm until the loan gets paid off, they should be after the ninth payment. Thank you very much.