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Continuous interest formula, A = Pe(rt) Substituting the figures given, A = 85000e(0.05 x 5) = 85000e0.25 = 85000 x 1.284025 = 109142.16

7 per cent each quarter is equivalent to 31.08% over one year. At that rate 300 dollars would be worth 393.24 dollars.

$125 times (1.08)14 = $367.15 (rounded)

1000 x (1.01)12 = $1126.83

It will be worth 457.96

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Continuous interest formula, A = Pe(rt) Substituting the figures given, A = 85000e(0.05 x 5) = 85000e0.25 = 85000 x 1.284025 = 109142.16

$280.51

If the interest is compounded annually, then the first interest payment isn't added until the end of the first year. Until then, the investment is worth exactly $15,000.00 .

19035 by simple interest

7 per cent each quarter is equivalent to 31.08% over one year. At that rate 300 dollars would be worth 393.24 dollars.

If 1500 dollars is invested at an interest rate of 3.5 percent per year compounded continuously, after 3 years it's worth $1666.07, after 6 years it's $1850.52, and after 18 years it's worth $2816.42.

$125 times (1.08)14 = $367.15 (rounded)

1000 x (1.01)12 = $1126.83

10 percent.

1/10th of 1 percent

There really is not a way to determine the worth in dollars. The .33% would be multiplied by the amount of the settlement.

If the rate is 6 percent per year, then compounding daily will make no difference. If the rate is 6% per day, then 2000 dollars will be worth approx 1.0042*10^68 dollars. That is approx one hundred million trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion dollars.

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