Posted by BLUE on .
USE THE FORMULA: A=P+I.P, WHERE A IS THE VALUE OF THE INVESTMENT IN ONE YEAR, P IS THE ORIGINAL INVESTMENT, AND I IS THE INTEREST RATE FOR THE INVESTMENT. FIND THE INTEREST RATE FOR AN ORIGINAL INVESTMENT OF $3,000 WHICH HAD A VALUE OF $3,450 AFTER ONE YEAR.
Math -- assistance needed -- computing interest -
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They tell you what P is ($3000) and what A is ($3450). Solve the equation for I.
You earn $450 on $3000 in one year. What % of 3000 is 450?