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Compound Interest




Money is said to be lent at compound interest if the interest is not paid as soon as it falls due but is added to the principal after a fixed period, so that the amounts at the end of the period becomes the principal for the next period.

Formulas:

If, P = Principal.
R = Rate of interest.(%)
T = Time.

Amount = Principal + Interest.

Compound interest = Amount - P