ECONOMICS
COMPOUND INTEREST
Question
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3, 500.88


500.50


4598.90


477.82

Detailed explanation1: To use the rule, divide 72 by the investment return (the interest rate your money will earn). The answer will tell you the number of years it will take to double your money. For example: If your money is in a savings account earning 3% a year, it will take 24 years to double your money (72 / 3 = 24).
Detailed explanation2: It is calculated by multiplying the first principal amount by one and adding the annual interest rate raised to the number of compound periods subtract one. The total initial amount of your loan is then subtracted from the resulting value. P is principal, I is the interest rate, n is the number of compounding periods.
Detailed explanation3: 3000 will become Rs. 3993 in 3 years (compound interest). A=P(1+r100)n Where A=Rs.
Detailed explanation4: Using the rule of 72, you would estimate that an investment with a 5% compound interest rate would double in 14 years (72/5).