Math
posted by Mike on .
you deposit $1000 at 3% per year.what is the balance at the end of one year,and what is the annual yield,if the interest.Please help solve the problem.
Simple interest?
Compounded annually?
Compounded quarterly
Compounded daily

John,George,Mike or Lucky,
This is the same type of question as your previous question:
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1302748623
Study the previous response carefully and you will get the answer for this one easily.
If you need further help, post. 
This one is qt different..i need more help..Thanks!

For simple interest, and compounded yearly, at the end of one year, the interest is the same, as there is only one period.
interest rate = 1.03
Balance = PRN = 1000*1.03*1 = $1030
Interest = balance  principal = 10301000=$30
Principal = P = $1000
Compound interest
Compounded annually:
balance = PR^{n} = 1000*1.03^1 = $1030
Interest = 10301000=$30
Compounded quarterly:
n = 12months/3months = 4
R = 1+0.03/4 = 1.0075
balance after 1 year
= PR^n
interest = PR^nP
Compounded daily:
n=365
R=1+0.03/365
balance after 1 year
= PR^n
interest = PR^nP 
Thank you very much for your help!

PR^nP