The monthly payment on a $5000 loan depends on various factors such as the interest rate, the term of the loan (i.e., how many months you have to pay it back), and whether the interest is compounded monthly or not. Without knowing these details, I can’t provide an exact monthly payment.

However, I can give you an estimate. Let’s assume:

- Interest rate: 5% per annum (annual interest rate)
- Term of the loan: 3 years (36 months)

Using a basic loan repayment formula, you can calculate the monthly payment:

[M = \frac{P \cdot r \cdot (1 + r)^n}{(1 + r)^n – 1}]

Where:

- (M) = Monthly payment
- (P) = Principal loan amount (in this case, $5000)
- (r) = Monthly interest rate (annual interest rate divided by 12)
- (n) = Total number of payments (loan term in months)

Given the values:

- (P) = $5000
- (r) = (\frac{0.05}{12}) (assuming a 5% annual interest rate)
- (n) = 36 months

Let’s calculate:

[r = \frac{0.05}{12} = 0.004167]

[M = \frac{5000 \cdot 0.004167 \cdot (1 + 0.004167)^{36}}{(1 + 0.004167)^{36} – 1}]

[M ≈ \frac{5000 \cdot 0.004167 \cdot (1.004167)^{36}}{(1.004167)^{36} – 1}]

[M ≈ \frac{5000 \cdot 0.004167 \cdot 1.17597}{1.17597 – 1}]

[M ≈ \frac{24.9175}{0.17597}]

[M ≈ \frac{24.9175}{0.17597}]

[M ≈ \$141.75]

So, with these assumptions, the estimated monthly payment on a $5000 loan for 3 years at a 5% annual interest rate would be approximately $141.75. However, remember that this is just an estimate, and the actual monthly payment may vary depending on the specific terms of the loan. It’s always a good idea to consult with your lender or use a loan calculator to get a precise figure.