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The principal amount is multiplied by one plus the annual interest rate to the power of the number of compound periods. The accumulated interest is added to the principal amount and the interest for the up and coming period is calculated on the new amount, which is the principal amount plus the amount of the accumulated interest over the prior period.

  • Simple Interest

  • Compound Interest

  • Class 9 Student

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                                 Reshma B
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Reshma B

I Am a Senior Trainer with Teaching Experience More than 15 years, and also I am specialised in Maths and Science subject.

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    Course Features

  • Lectures 19
  • Duration 01 Hours
  • Skill level All level
  • Language English