Paying bond by given interest rate

When you buy a bond when the interest rate is 10 percent and sell it while the interest rate is 15%, you will obtain: (w) less than you paid for the bond. (x) more than you paid for the bond. (y) identical amount that you paid for the bond. (z) income taxable at higher rates than wages.

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