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**Title :**Chapter 12 | Compound Interest | Interest compound interest worksheet answers in Kindergarten Worksheets category**Filename :***Kindergarten Worksheets-Chapter 12 | Compound Interest | Interest-compound interest worksheet answers***Filetype:***358***Original Size:***768 x 1024 pixels***Resolution:***High-res***Category :***Kindergarten Worksheets***Labeled with:**simple and compound interest worksheet answers pdf‚ simple and compound interest worksheet with answers pdf‚ compound interest worksheet 2 answers at compound interest student worksheet answers‚ simple compound interest worksheet answers‚ continuous compound interest worksheet answers at simple and compound interest review worksheet answers‚ simple and compound interest word problems worksheet with answers‚ simple and compound interest practice worksheet answers key in kindergarten worksheets categoryFAQs:

I borrow $37500 at an interest rate of 6% compounded semi annually and agree to repay the debt by level annual?

♥ I borrow $37500 at an interest rate of 6% compounded semi annually and agree to repay the debt by level annual instalments of $2250, the first due in 6 months. How many full payments must I make? What is the interest content of the 4th payment? What final payment should I make one month after the last full payment to discharge the debt?Calculating Compound Interest?

♥ First off I understand what P, i, and n represent I'll provide an example that is on my worksheet that I am doing for homework. I will also explain what I am struggling with. Example: Johnny invests $800 that pays 8% compounded quarterly for 5 years. How much is the investment worth at the end of the 5th year? Solution: P=800 i =0.08/4 (/ = divided) =0.02 n=4x5 = 20 A=P(1+i)n (the n is small and raised) < < < < A=800(1+0.02)20 (small and raised 20) < < < < A=$1188.76 < < < < Therefore the investment is now worth $1188.76 ($800 initially and $388.76 in interest. < < I'm struggling with this part I cant ask my teacher I'm off until Monday.. < < I don't understand what I'm suppose to do in the brackets and what the 20 means < < If you know and explain how they got the $1188.76 I'll rate your answer. Look for the < < < < that's where I am struggling. Thanks!Open Question: Compound Interest problem .please help?!?

♥ Cathy wants to have $27,000 in cash 4 years from now in order to pay for improvements that must be made to her small office at that time. If Cathy finds a savings account that pays annual interest of 3.6% compounded monthly, then how much should she invest right now in the account in order to have the funds in 4 years? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) -I am just not getting the answer (I got 26678.4). -This is an online practice worksheet so the answer has to be exact. Please hel.**Total Download :**424