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  1. jojo12g
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  2. anonymous
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    P=6000 R=0.015 T=5 So A=6000(1.015)^5 Try to solve it

  3. jojo12g
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    do i add or multiply these numbers

  4. jojo12g
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    k

  5. anonymous
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    First solve potential Then multiply the result by 6000

  6. jojo12g
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    6.000 x 1.015

  7. anonymous
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    No first (1.015)^5

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    How much is it?

  9. jojo12g
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    5.075

  10. anonymous
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    It is an exponential So you have to multiply 1.015x1.015x1.015x1.015x1.015

  11. jojo12g
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    yes its is

  12. jojo12g
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    i think its d

  13. anonymous
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    So you'll get 1.077 Then multiply it by 6000

  14. jojo12g
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    is d correct

  15. anonymous
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    No, how much is 6000x 1.077?

  16. NEHEMIAS123
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    6462

  17. jojo12g
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    6462

  18. anonymous
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    Yes so it's b

  19. jojo12g
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    k thanks

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    That's because 1.015^5=1.077284 So whe you multiply it by 6000 you'll get the exactly result

  22. anonymous
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    Simple interest formula = PxIxN+P Where: P is the loan amount = 3000 I is the interest rate = 0.03 N is the duration of the loan, using number of periods = 5 Try to find the final amount he got here

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