what is the formula of compound interest?

amount=principal(1+rate/100)n [ n=no of years]

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Compound interest= A(1+R/100)

where n= number of years

A = Amount

R = Rate per annum

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compound interest=final amount-original principal

=amount-principal

C.I=A-P

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2(1+r/100)t

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Compound Intrest=Principal-Amount.

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nt A=p(1 + r /n )

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A=Amount

P=Principal

R=Rate

T=Time

CI=Compound Interest

If there is an increase than-:

A=P(1+R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount - Principal

If there is a decrease than-:

A=P(1-R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount-Principal

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A=Amount

P=Principal

R=Rate

T=Time

CI=Compound Interest

If there is an increase than-:

A=P(1+R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount - Principal

If there is a decrease than-:

A=P(1-R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount-Principal

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A=Amount

P=Principal

R=Rate

T=Time

CI=Compound Interest

If there is an increase than-:

A=P(1+R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount - Principal

If there is a decrease than-:

A=P(1-R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount-Principal

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compound interest= amount - principal
to find the amount : amount = principal (1+ R/100)^n
where n = the time taken
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amount - principal = compound interest
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compound interest=amount-principal
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A=p(1+r?100)
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The formula of CI is
=PRN\100
P= principal
R= rate of interest
N= years
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it is Principal(1+rate/100)^no of years
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p((1+r?100)-1)
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Amount = Principal (1 + Rate / 100)n
<n = number of years>
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Amount-principal
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Amount= (principal(1+rate/100)^n-1)
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compound intrest formulae
CI = P(1+R\100)N
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Q. P,50000 R,10 N,3
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Amount - principal = compound interest amount = principal (1 + rate ? 100)in power time
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Amt.=P(1+R/100)^n
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CI = A -P
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The formula of compound interest is -
A = P ( 1+ R/100)n
Where A is Amount , P is Principal , R is Rat at which the amount is compounded and n is time.
Compound Interest = Amount - Principal
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Compound Interest = P[(1+ R/100 )-1]
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P?R?T?100
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Amount=principal(1+r/100)^n And Compound intrest = Amount - principal
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hi
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a-p=ci
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CI =p+(1+r/100)^n
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Compund intrest = Amount - Principal CI = A - P
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amount =principal (1+r/100)nth power

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If an amount of $5,000 is deposited into a savings account at an annual interest rate of 5%, compounded monthly, the value of the investment after 10 years can be?calculated?as follows...?P?= 5000. r = 5/100 = 0.05 (decimal). • -1 this is the formula • -2 SAHI HAI • -2 amt=p(1+r/100)^n ​where p is the principal, r is the rate of interest and n is the time • -2 Compound interest =(final amount)- (original principal) • -1 Please find this answer • -1 A=Amount P=Principal R=Rate T=Time CI=Compound Interest If there is an increase than-: A=P(1+R/100)to the power of t CI=Amount - Principal If there is a decrease than-: A=P(1-R/100)to the power of t CI=Amount-Principal • -1 Please find this answer • -1 Compound Interest = Amount - Principle. Hope u understand.. • -1 Compound interest =amount - principal • -1 compound interest=amount-principal • -1 Please find this answer • -2 The formula for calculating compound interest in a year is: Compound Interest = Total amount of Principal and Interest in future (or Future Value) less the Principal amount at present called Present Value (PV). PV is the current worth of a future sum of money or stream of cash flows given a specified rate of return. • -2 Formula of compound interest is, AMOUNT= PRINCIPAL(1+R/100)^TIME, then, COMPOUND INTEREST = AMOUNT- PRINCIPAL • -2 Please find this answer • -2 If an amount of$5,000 is deposited into a savings account at an annual interest rate of 5%, compounded monthly, the value of the investment after 10 years can be?calculated?as follows...?P?= 5000. r = 5/100 = 0.05 (decimal)
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A=Amount

P=Principal

R=Rate

T=Time

CI=Compound Interest

If there is an increase than-:

A=P(1+R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount - Principal

If there is a decrease than-:

A=P(1-R/100)to the power of t

CI=Amount-Principal
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The formula of compound interest is what is not the formula of simple intrest
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Amount - principal = compound interest
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i don t know
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P * R* T/100
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Amount= principal (1+Rate of interest/ 100)^time
compound interest= Amount- principal
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Cl formula • 0
A= P(1+R/100)n this is when compounded annually
A=P(1+R/200)2n this is compounded half yearly

Compound interest = Amount -principal

Full forms of the letter in the equation:

Where P= principal
R=rate of interest
n=time (no.of months or years)
A=amount
CI=compound interest

Hope this helps you
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Compound interest = amount - principal
when the rate of interest is compounded annually, then amount = P (1 + R/ 100)n
when the rate of interest is compounded half-yearly, then amount = P (1+ R/200)2n
when the rate of interest is compounded quarterly, then amount = P (1+ R/400)4n
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A=P(r/100)^n
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Sorry by mistake i have written
CI=P(1+r/100)^n
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CI=A-P
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Compound interest formula • 0
C.i.= amount - principal
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Ci = amount - principal
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Amount = principle ( 1 + Rate/100 ) raise to the power time

Amount = amount - principle
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Here, P=Principal r=rate of interest n= time • 1
CI=A-P
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C.I =(1+Rate of interest? 100)? n
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P[(1+r/100)^t - 1]
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A=P(1+r/100)^n
CI=A-P
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C.I=A-P
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amount= principal(1+rate/100}^n....
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Amont-principal=compound interest
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as per book • 1
Ci=a-p
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Its too easy ,
C.I - AMOUNT - PRINCIPAL
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Compound Interest=P(1+r/100)
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P(1+r/100)
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CI- p( r+1/100)n -1
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Refer to ur book
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C = P [ ( 1 + r) ^n-1]
C=Compound Interest
P=Principal (original balance)
R=Rate per period
N=Number per period

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What is the formula of compound interest
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s the formula of compound interest
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what is the formula of compound interest
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Ci=amount-principle
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CI =Amount - principal
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p(1+r/100)
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A=P(1+r/n)^nt
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CI = A- P
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amount=P(1+r/100)^n
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A=Amount
P=Principal
R=Rate
T=Time
CI=Compound Interest
If there is an increase than-:
A=P(1+R/100)to the power of t
CI=Amount - Principal
If there is a decrease than-:
A=P(1-R/100)to the power of t
CI=Amount-Principal
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(1 + Rate / 100)n
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what?
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A=p(1 + r /100 )n power . where p=principal r=rate per anem n=time
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Formula of compound interest • 0
amt=P(1=+R/100)n
• 0  = final amount = initial principal balance = interest rate = number of times interest applied per time period = number of time periods elapse
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which one ??
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A =P ( 1 + r/ n ) ^nt
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What is phatagoresh triplet
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Amount=P+I
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PRT/100
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A=P(1+r/n)nt
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Amount = Principal (1 + Rate / 100)n
<n = number of years>
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A= P(1+R/100)n this is when compounded annually
A=P(1+R/200)2n this is compounded half yearly

Compound interest = Amount -principal

Full forms of the letter in the equation:

Where P= principal
R=rate of interest
n=time (no.of months or years)
A=amount
CI=compound interest

Hope this helps you
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refer the book
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Cl=P(1+R/100)^n. n=time period
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CI =AMOUNT-PRINCIPAL
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This is formula of compound interest • 0
What????
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CP = P ( 1 + r/n ) to the power of (n x t)
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afk..
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Amount = Principal (1 + Rate / 100 )n
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