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Pmt/principal

It is the point where the principal diagonals meet.

To calculate CD interest rate, all you have to do is to just multiply the principal amount you have invested in CD with interest rate. If u want to calculate for the monthly interest then divide the resultant with 12.

A = P*(1+R/100)T Where A = amount P = Principal R = Interest Rate (in percentage), and T = Time Since R and T are known, you can calculate (1+R/100)T = k, say. Then A = P*k so that P = A/k

The amount, P, is the principal. If the rate is r% compounded annually for y years, then the total interest earned is P*[(1 + r/100)^y - 1]

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Pmt/principal

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It is the point where the principal diagonals meet.

it is the principal amount... i.e., the amount for which u have to calculate the interest Enjoy!! Kush

At www.HSH.com you can quickly calculate what your principal and interest will be on the life of your loan. Just enter the information asked for and the calculator will do the work for you.

get the difference of interest rate and monthly periodic payment

To calculate CD interest rate, all you have to do is to just multiply the principal amount you have invested in CD with interest rate. If u want to calculate for the monthly interest then divide the resultant with 12.

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calculate the principal due in one year together with the interest payable.

A = P*(1+R/100)T Where A = amount P = Principal R = Interest Rate (in percentage), and T = Time Since R and T are known, you can calculate (1+R/100)T = k, say. Then A = P*k so that P = A/k

The amount, P, is the principal. If the rate is r% compounded annually for y years, then the total interest earned is P*[(1 + r/100)^y - 1]

The formula to calculate interest is as follows: Interest = Principal * No. of years * Rate of Interest / 100 So Interest = 10000 * 0.5 * 8 / 100 = 400/- The interest you will receive interest at the end of the 6 month period is Rs. 400/-