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Q: A sum invested at 5 percent simple interest per annum in 2.5 years will grow to?

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670.50

If it is simple interest, then it is 2700. ■

$494.34 Interest= principal amount * time* simple interest %

Rs 80.

5 years

Rs 84 in all.

120

Assuming simple interest, you multiply the capital times the interest rate times the number of years.

It depends on whether the 4% interest is per annum or for 8 years altogether. Also, you have to see if it is a simple interest or compounded interest.

simple interst is when you earn interest from your principal but compound interest is when you earn interest from your principal as well as from your previous interest

30 years

3

It means the percent of interest paid annually (p.a. means per annum).

P.C.P.A. stands for Percent Compounded Per Annum.

0.9938% per month, when compounded is equivalent to 12.6% annually.

If simple, it is 30%.

S.I. = (P x R x T)/100 where R is rate, T is time, P is Original sum and S.I. is simple interest. 800x100 = P x R x T P = 80000/(5x7) = 80000/35 = 2285.71 So, the original sum is Rs 2285.71

It's 11/12 percent of whatever principle you still owe.

If the 3% is "simple" interest, then the $100 earns an extra $18 in 6 years. If the interest is compounded yearly, then it earns $19.41 extra. If the interest is compounded weekly, then it earns $19.72 extra.

multiply 13500 by .09

With simple interest the interest is not re-invested and does not gain interest.Rs 180 over 4 years = Rs 180 ÷ 4 = Rs 90 per year.Interest rate is 6% per year, thus Rs 90 = 6% of the capital→ 6% x capital = Rs 90→ capital = Rs 90 ÷ 6%= Rs 90 ÷ 6/100= Rs 90 x 100/6= Rs 1500

P.C.P.A. is the "Percent Compounded Per Annum." This measurement is used when trying to determine the compound interest for previous years.

It is 41575.40

5,132.33^10

It would come out to about $250 a month at 1% per annum.