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Solving Problems Involving Simple Interest
What sum would yield an interest of Rs 100 in 4 years at 5% per anum?
=100 × 100/3× 4
Hence the principal is Rs 833.33.
In what time Rs 6000 amount to 8000 if the simple interest is calculated at 15% per anum?
Time=S.I × 100/principal × rate
=2000 × 100/6000 × 15
Hence, in 2 11/50 years, 6000 amounts to 8000.
A sum amount to Rs 5000 at 6% interest rate per annum after 4 years. Find the sum?
Hence, the principal is 4032.25
Simple interest on a sum of money at the end of 6 years is 3/4 of the sum itself. Find the annual rate per anum?
Letbprincipal is x.
We know that si=Principal ×time× Rate/100
3/4x=x × 6 × r/100
Hence, the Annual rate of interest is 12.5% per anum.
At what rate of simple interest will 12000 amount to 13000 in 3 years 3 months?
Time=2 years 3 months=9/4 years
Rate=(simple interest×100)/p × t
=100/12 × 9/4
Hence, at an 18.75% annual rate, the principal 12000 will amount to 13000 in 2 years 3 months.
At what rate per anum will Rs 3000 amount to 3450 in 3 years?
R=(S.I × 100)/(principal× time)
=450 × 100/3000 × 3
Hence, At 5% per anum3000 will amount to 3450 in 3 years.
At what rate of simple interest will the sum of money double itself in 5 years?
Let us consider the principal as x.
Amount after 5 years will be doubled=2X
Rate per anum=sI ×100/p × t
=x × 100/x × 5
Therefore, at 20% the principal is doubled in 5 years.
Sarath invested 30000 in different bank accounts which pay 7% and 5% as annual interest. After one year he received 1450 as interest. How much did he invest in each account?
Let x be the amount invested in the 7% bank account.
The amount invested in the 5% bank account is 30000-x.
Total interest earned in both the accounts =1450
Interest in 7% account+interest in 5% account=1450
Therefore, Sarath invested 2500 in one account and 27500 in another account.
If a sum of money produces 4500 as an interest in 4 years 3 months at 15% per year simple interest, Find the principal?
t=4 years 3 months
the value of ‘t’ always be in years.
So convert months into years by dividing months by 12.
Then t=4 years 3 months
Hence, the principal is 7058.823.
In how many years 8000 will double itself in 10% of the simple interest?
We know that SI=prt/100
simple interest is 800
800 ÷ 16000=20 months=1 year 8 months
Hence,8000 will be doubled in 1 year 8 months at a 10% annual rate.
Simple interest on a certain sum is 15/30 of the sum. Find the rate percent and time if both are numerically equal.
Let the sum be x.
We know that SI=PRT/100
It means Time=7 years
Therefore, the annual rate is 7% and the time is 7 years.
Find the simple interest
We know that Simple interest=(P× R ×T)/100