The cost of a $6,000 loan per month depends on several factors, including the interest rate, loan term, and type of loan. To calculate the monthly payment for a loan, you can use the formula for calculating the monthly payment on an amortizing loan:

[ Monthly\ Payment = \frac{{P \times r \times (1 + r)^n}}{{(1 + r)^n – 1}} ]

Where:

- ( P ) = Principal amount (loan amount) = $6,000
- ( r ) = Monthly interest rate (annual interest rate divided by 12)
- ( n ) = Total number of payments (loan term in months)

To determine the monthly payment, you’ll need to know the annual interest rate and the loan term. Let’s assume the annual interest rate is 8% and the loan term is 3 years (36 months):

First, calculate the monthly interest rate:

[ r = \frac{{Annual\ Interest\ Rate}}{{12}} = \frac{{8\%}}{{12}} = 0.08 \times \frac{{1}}{{12}} = 0.00667 ]

Next, plug the values into the formula:

[ Monthly\ Payment = \frac{{6000 \times 0.00667 \times (1 + 0.00667)^{36}}}{{(1 + 0.00667)^{36} – 1}} ]

By performing the calculations, you’ll find the monthly payment amount for the $6,000 loan. Keep in mind that this is a simplified example, and the actual monthly payment may vary based on the specific terms of the loan, including the interest rate, fees, and any additional costs. Additionally, loans with longer terms typically have lower monthly payments but may result in higher overall interest costs.