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Assuming you meant annual compounding, this means 500 + (500).06 + (500).062 (convergent).

500 + 500(.06) + 500(.06)2 = 500 + 30 + 1.8 = 531.8.

Thus 531.80 is the end value.

Q: What is 500 compounded for 2 years at 6 percent?

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It will be worth 457.96

0.4 percent of 500 is 2.

7-3/4 percent compounded quarterly = 1.9375 percent paid each period. 7-1/2 years = 30 periods The future value of $1 = (1.019375)30 = $1.77836 (rounded) The future value of $5,200 = (5,200 x 1.77836) = $9,247.46

2 years. 10% of 500 is 50.

Total after 2 years = 1000*(1.08)2 = 1000*1.1664 =1166.40 So interest = Total - Inirial capital = 1166.40 -1000 = 166.40

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With the interest compounded, it is 250*(1.025)2 = 262.66

60000 x (1.12)2 = 75264

1030*(1.04)2 = 1114.048 and I bet a banker will round it DOWN to 1114.04

Interest = 2472

4500 x (1.01)14 = 5172.63

It will be worth 457.96

After 5 years, 20000 at 7% per annum compounded semiannually will be 20000*(1 + 0.5*7/100)2*5 = 20000*(1.035)10 = 28211.98

Five percent of 600 is 30. If that's a savings account compounded yearly, you would have 630 after one year and 661.50 after two.

10 is 500 percent of 2.

0.4 percent of 500 is 2.

Total value = 20000*(1.06)2 = 22472 So interest = 2472