The answer for rate in simple interest is =rate= simple interest\principle*time
i=prt FACT: If an annual interest rate is given, time in the simple interest formula must be expressed in terms of years.
Current (principle balance) x (interest rate per year) x (amount of time). Examples: ~for calculating monthly interest, it would be (principle balance) x (interest rate) / 12. ~for daily interest, it would be (principle balance) x (interest rate) / 365.
double futurevalue = Principle*Math.pow (1 + interest, numberofyears); I think maybe :)
The formula used to calculate your interest is the principle balance, multiplied by the monthly interest rate. Then you mulitply that by the number of months in which you last paid interest.
time= interest/principal x rate likee yeahh thats it
The formula for interest is I = rtP. Then r = I/tP, where t = 11/12. This calculates to a simple interest rate of 8.8 percent.
Simple Interest = p * i * n p is principle and i is interest rate per period and n is the number of periods. A = P(1 + r)n is for compound interest.
There isn't a formula for finding joules. It is a way for finding a force or giving an example.
what is the formula for finding electrons in a normal atom
The formula for finding probability depends on the distribution function.