# What is simple interest? Like I=Prt

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## drbob222

Can you check this one for me i want to make sure. The simple interest I on a principal of P dollars at Interest rate r for time t, in years, is given by I=PrT.Find the simple interest on aprincipal of $6000 at 3% for 2years. I got the following: I= 6000 x

*asked by jasmine20 on December 12, 2006* -
## Math

A principal of $5000 was invested in a savings account for 4 years. If the interest earned for the period was $400, what was the interest rate? [Hint: The formula for simple interest is I=Prt.]

*asked by Issa on September 14, 2018* -
## Math

The amount of an investment of P dollars for t years at simple interest rate r is given by A= P+Prt a) Rewrite this formula by factoring out the greatest common factor on the right-hand side. b) Find A if $8300 is invested for 3 years at a simple interest

*asked by Roger on March 4, 2009* -
## 7th grade math

Can you check these simple interest problems? 1. If you borrow $421 for nine years at an interest rate of 4%, how much interest will you pay? Ans: I = prt I = $421*.04*9 I = $151.56 2. If the balance at the end of 8 years on an investment of $630 that has

*asked by Alexis on January 21, 2015* -
## 7th grade math

Can you check these simple interest problems? 1. If you borrow $421 for nine years at an interest rate of 4%, how much interest will you pay? Ans: I = prt I = $421*.04*9 I = $151.56 2. If the balance at the end of 8 years on an investment of $630 that has

*asked by Alexis (re-post) on January 22, 2015* -
## math models

Martin invested $6,500 in a bank at a simple interest rate of 6.5%. How much interest would he receive after 4 years? Use I=PRT

*asked by heidi on October 6, 2016* -
## Math

How do I do this? -- can anyone give me a formula to find the answers? Example: Find the annual rate of simple interest~ P: 5000 / I: 650 / T: 3 years. PV = nRT I=PRT so solving for R we get R=I/(PT) plug in your values and evaluate. Your answer will be a

*asked by Finding Interest Rate in Interest Problems on April 25, 2007* -
## Math

What is simple interest? Like I=Prt

*asked by Person on May 1, 2011* -
## math,algebra

Is this correct Business and finance. The simples interest I on a principle of P dollars at interest rate r for time t, in years, is given by I= Prt. Find the simple interest on a principal of $6000 at 3% for 2 years. Simple Interest = Principle x Rate x

*asked by Jasmine20 on December 11, 2006* -
## math

Given the simple interest formula, I = Prt, solve for t

*asked by gabe on May 11, 2009* -
## Math

You visited your local bank. Because of your good credit, they agreed to give you a personal loan, simple interest at a current interest rate of 12.5% APR. you will pay this back in 1 year Interest=prt= Total Payment =Principle +interest = Payment per

*asked by Tracy on March 8, 2017* -
## Maths

The formula for a simple interest rate is I = PRT and Total Balance = P + I The formula for compound interest is B = P × (1 + 〖r/n)〗^nt Adam invests £55,000 at interest rate of 4% per annum

*asked by Jean on December 19, 2017* -
## algebra

The formula I=PRT gives the amount of simple interest I earned by principal P at an annual interest rate R over T years. Solve this formula for P.

*asked by Jenai on October 13, 2009* -
## Algebra

The formula I = PRT where I = Interest, P = principal, R = rate, and T = time is used to calculate the amount of simple interest earned. Solve this formula for T.

*asked by Kay on October 22, 2016* -
## math

Amount of an investment. The amount of an investment of P dollars for t years at simple interest rate r is given by A P Prt. a) Rewrite this formula by factoring out the greatest common factor on the right-hand side. b) Find A if $8300 is invested for

*asked by naine on September 5, 2010* -
## Math

Simple Interest Rate Question? Prt=(18000)(0.075)(18/12) = to 2025? 18 months -12 (1yr)

*asked by Bettye on March 6, 2011* -
## Maths

Solve the problem. Assume that simple interest is being calculated. Round your answer to the nearest cent. Susie borrowed $7500. from a bank for 18 months with interest of 5% per year. Find the total amount she repaid on the due date of the loan. (Use:

*asked by Matt on February 28, 2008* -
## algebra

Ok my math assignments look something ike this... The formula I=prt gives the amouunt of simple interest I earned by principal p at an annual interest rate r over t years. Solve this formula for p. B. Find p if r=0.035, t=4, and I=$420. c. Writing.. That

*asked by K8T on October 28, 2008* -
## ALGEBRA 2

The formula for determining simple interest is I = prt. Which equation shows the formula solved for t?

*asked by KELR on January 12, 2012* -
## math/algebra

please check my answers Suppose that the temperature outside is dropping at a constant rate. At noon, the temperature is 70 F and it drops to 58 F at 5 p.m. How much did the temperature change each hour? 12/5=2.4 degrees per hour. Evaluate the expression

*asked by allen on November 27, 2007* -
## Math

Deborah deposits $200 into an account that pays simple interest at the rate of 7%. How much will she have at the end of 4 months? a) Present Value with simple interest b) Future Value with simple interest c) Future Value with compound interest d) Simple

*asked by Chad on November 4, 2017* -
## Business Math icom 1

Find the ordinary interest in a loan of Rs.2600 at 10 % simple interest from January 5 to February 10.? Find the present value of Rs.3600 due in 4 months at 6% interest p.a.? At what annual rate percent of interest would Rs.12500 amount Rs.14375 in 2 years

*asked by Mian g on March 24, 2016* -
## Math

John has $80 in a savings account that earns 55% annually. The interest is not compounded. How much interest will John earn in 2 years? Use the formula i = prt, where i is the interest earned, p is the principal (starting amount), r is the interest rate

*asked by Muhammad Taha Abbasi bin saeedullah Abbasi on May 16, 2019* -
## Math

Using the formula. I =Prt ,calculate the simple interest where t=1/n and n is the number of periodd per year for compounding. You have $20,000 and wished to invest it in one of two ways. Option A: You may invest it in a certificate of deposit for 10 years

*asked by Preia on April 30, 2015* -
## Algebra

Show how you substitute the values into the formula, then use your calculator. *Use A = P(1+r/n)nt to find the amount of money in an account after t years, compounded n times per year. *Use I = Prt to find the amount of simple interest earned after t years

*asked by Sylvie on February 3, 2013* -
## math,help

can someone help me with this i am lost now i've been doing math for the past 8 hrs. Problem # 1 solve: 4(x-10)-3x=x-40 Problem # 2 solve for t: a = p + prt Problem#3 translate to an algebraic equation 7 less than the quotient of a number and 3 is twice

*asked by jasort20 on March 18, 2007* -
## medu

RM 2000 was invested on 15march 2012. If the simple interest rate offered was 10% per annum, find the interest received on 29 August 2012 using A. Exact time and exact simple interest B. Exact time and ordinary simple interest C. Approximate time and exact

*asked by mariam on June 8, 2012* -
## business Math

You were offered the opportunity to purchase either a simple interest note or a simple discount note with the following terms: $33,353 at 7% for 18 months. a. Calculate the effective interest rate. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your final

*asked by marie on April 7, 2014* -
## Lat math question for some days. Can y'all help?

Huan deposited $850 into a college savings account earning 4.8% interest compounded annually. He also deposited $850 into a second account earning 4.8% simple interest. He made no additional deposits. After 10 years, which account earned more interest? How

*asked by DerpyPegasus33 on December 9, 2014* -
## business Math

Carl Sonntag wanted to compare what proceeds he would receive with a simple interest note versus a simple discount note. Both had the same terms: $19,500 at 8% for 2 years. Use ordinary interest as needed. a. Calculate the simple interest note proceeds.

*asked by marie on April 7, 2014* -
## Algebra

Maybe that was to confusing...we have a data sheet to fill out - 2 questions with simple interest and 2 with compound interest. I just need the simple interest help: Prob. #1 Find the total amount if you deposit $500. at a rate of 5% for two years using

*asked by Cassie on February 25, 2013* -
## math

Huan deposited $850 into a collegesavings account earning 4.8% interestcompounded annually. He also deposited$850 into a second account earning 4.8%simple interest. He made no additionaldeposits. After 10 years, which account earnedmore interest? How much

*asked by mr.E on November 17, 2014* -
## ALGEBRA

An investor has $500 more invested at 7% than he does at 5%..If his annual interest is $515, how much does he have inested at each rate?....I need to know how to solve this problem...Do I use PRT=I(interest) formula..please someone help me with the

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## Dont I need more info for this Math problem??

You borrow $2,000 at a rate of 3% for a period of 4 years. How much will you re-pay at the end of 4 years? This is a 7th grade math question and I feel like it's a trick question. I am thinking that I should use the simple interest formula, but I know that

*asked by SDog on March 19, 2014* -
## algebra

Andrew has a four-year college loan for $20,000. The lender charges a simple interest rate of 5 percent. How much interest will he have to pay? simple interest = P × r × t

*asked by Anonymous on March 4, 2013* -
## Math

Constance invested $4500 for 3 years in a savings account paying simple interest with a yearly interest rate of 3.5%. How much simple interest did she earn? Please show your work :)

*asked by Kathy on November 15, 2017* -
## Math - Pre Algebra

Simple and Compound Interest Find the simple interest. principal= $870 interest rate= 6% time= 9 months Please help me I need the answer for tommorow.

*asked by Tanisha on April 13, 2009* -
## Social Studies

I was wondering if I could check my answers with someone. I'm a bit confused with interest. I put stars next to the answers I chose. Thank you. An interest rate is a special type of (1 point) loan. **price. bank. service. 2. How does a compound interest

*asked by Greg on November 14, 2012* -
## Math

Find the finance charge (interest) due on a 9-month loan of $2,400 at a simple interest rate of 10%.(Use the formula for simple interest: Interest Earned = Principal×Rate×Time) (a)$ 18.00 (b)$ 1,800 (c)$ 180 (d)$ 1.80 (e)$ 18 I put in 2400*9*.10 and it

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## MATH HELP! Complex Interest

Huan deposited $850 into a collegesavings account earning 4.8% interestcompounded annually. He also deposited$850 into a second account earning 4.8%simple interest. He made no additionaldeposits. After 10 years, which account earnedmore interest? How much

*asked by DerpyPegasus33 on December 9, 2014* -
## algebra

A total of $6200 is deposited into two simple interest accounts. On one account the annual simple interest rate is 2%, and on the second account the annual simple interest rate is 4%. The amount of interest earned for 1 year was $148. How much was invested

*asked by Emmett on July 28, 2012* -
## Social Studies

An interest rate is a special type of (1 point) loan. **price. bank. service. 2. How does a compound interest rate differ from a simple interest rate? (1 point) ***Compound interest rates pay more interest over time. Compound interest rates are calculated

*asked by Hayley on August 9, 2017* -
## Social studies

How die a compound interest rate differ from a simple interest rate? Compound interest rates pay more interest over time Compound interest rates are calculated only once a year Compound interest rates ideally lower than simple interest rates•• Compound

*asked by Lulu on May 11, 2017* -
## Visual Basic 2008 Programming

Help! I'm not sure how to start or how calculate. This is the project. Using For Next Loops. - When $1000 is deposited at 5 percent simple interest, the amount grows by $50 each year. When money is invented at 5 percent compound interest, then the amount

*asked by Lee on November 16, 2010* -
## finite math

how do I work this problem simple intrest I=Prt P= $54 r=4% and t=9months

*asked by carol on June 22, 2014* -
## college algebra

an investment of $6600.00 is divided between two simple interest accounts. On one account the annual simple interest rate is 9% and on the second account the annual simple interest is 5.5% How much should be invested in each account so that the total

*asked by Anonymous on November 28, 2017* -
## math

If Mark invests $8000 at 6% simple interest rate, how much money must he invest at an 8% simple interest rate in order for the interest on each investment to be $500. Assume that the amount of time for both investments is the same.

*asked by devin on January 23, 2013* -
## Algebra

The Smiths invested $14,000, part at 3% simple interest and the rest at 4% simple interest for a period of one year. if the total interest earned was $460, how much was invested at each rate?

*asked by Lucas on October 27, 2015* -
## math

Interest is calculated with the following formula I=Prt What is the future value ( present value + interrst ) of this account? Present value is $600; interest is 6% Term is 12 years ( Enter your answer as dollars and cents. )

*asked by brandon on November 10, 2011* -
## SS

Rohan has 100 dollars that he wants to save in a bank. Bank A offers two types of savings accounts. One has a 5% simple interest rate and the other has a 4.8% compound interest rate. Bank B also offers two types of savings accounts. One has a 3% simple

*asked by Anonymous on January 23, 2014* -
## Algebra 2

What does this interest formula stand for: PRT=I

*asked by Anonymous on November 8, 2011* -
## art

Gina plans to invest $12,000, part at 4% simple interest and the rest at 6% simple interest. What is the most she can invest at 4% and still be guaranteed at least $650 in interest per year?

*asked by Anonymous on March 3, 2010* -
## Math

Gina plans to invest $12,000, part at 4% simple interest and the rest at 6% simple interest. What is the most she can invest at 4% and still be guranteed at least $650 in interest per year?

*asked by Pamela on July 1, 2009* -
## algebra

Solve the problem. Helen Weller invested $15,000 in an account that pays 12% simple interest. How much additional money must be invested in an account that pays 15% simple interest so that the total interest is equal to the interest on the two investments

*asked by mark on March 8, 2009* -
## math

Belle had the choice of taking out a four year car loan at 8.5% simple interest or a Five year loan at 7.75% simple interest. If she borrows $15,000, how much interest would she pay for each loan? Which option requires less interest?

*asked by Ali on September 8, 2014* -
## Math 81

How can $60,000 be invested, part at 7% annual simple interest and the remainder at 12% annual simple interest, so that the interest earned by the two accounts will be equal?

*asked by Charlene on June 21, 2012* -
## Math

After 5 years, how much INTEREST will Kevin earn in interest from his savings account? Given the fact: Kevin deposits $175 each year on his birthday for 5 year into his savings account. His account earns simple interest at a rate of 3.5% interest. A.)

*asked by Help in Math on May 8, 2018* -
## math

A $1500 investments has an annual simple interest rate of 7%. Find the simple interest earned on the investment after 18 months.

*asked by miss c on May 23, 2012* -
## Math

Larry Mitchell invested part of his $27,000 advance at 5% annual simple interest and the rest at 2% annual simple interest. If his total yearly interest from both accounts was $720â€‹, find the amount invested at each rate

*asked by Jimmy on November 8, 2017* -
## Math Help!

1.Find the interenst earned in an acount with $600.00 invested at 4.5% annual simple interest for 2 years. A. $540.00 B. $5,400.00 C. $54.00*** D. $13.50 2. Find the interest by an accound with $1,200 of simple interest of 4% for 3 years. A. $144.00 B.

*asked by Callie on December 4, 2014* -
## Math!!

Sally deposited $3600 and the annual rate of interest is 6.5%. What is the interest amount for a 30-month period? I = prt. I = amt of interest p = principal r = rate (0.065 per year) t = time in years = 2.5 years I = 3600*0.065*2.5 = ??

*asked by Cindy on March 31, 2007* -
## math

Calculate the monthly payment necessary to retire a 3-year simple-interest loan of $12,000 if the simple interest rate charged is 9%. Round your answer to the nearest cent.

*asked by ann on July 6, 2012* -
## math

Simple interest the simple interest received from investment is directly proportional to the amount of the investment. By investing $4000 in a municipal bond you obtain interest of $280 at the end of 1year. Find a mathematical model that gives the interest

*asked by Marybeth on June 3, 2014* -
## math

Amount of an Investment. The amount of an ivestment of P dollarsfor T years at simple intrest rate r is given by A=P+PrT a)Rewrite formula by factoring out the greatest common factor on the right hand side. b)find A if $8300is invested for 3 yrs at simple

*asked by Debbie on March 4, 2009* -
## math

Katie invested a total of $6000 , part at 3 % simple interest and part at 4 % simple interest. At the end of 1 year, the investments had earned $214 interest. How much was invested at each rate?

*asked by anthony on February 5, 2017* -
## math algebra

Terry Edwards invested $3000 for two years, part at 3.5% simple interest and the rest at 2.5% simple interest. After two years she earned a total interest of $190. How much was invested at each rate?

*asked by estefany on November 6, 2016* -
## Algebra

Katie invested a total of $7,000, part at 2% simple interest, and part at 3% simple interest. At the end of 1 year, the investments earned, $184.00 interest. How much was invested at each rate?

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## computer science

When $1000 is deposit at 5% simple interest, the amount grows by $50 each year. When money is invested at 5% compound interest, then the amount at the end of each year is 1.05 times the amount at the beginning of the year. Write a program to display the

*asked by James Starr on March 27, 2011* -
## math

Suppose you borrow $4200 at an annual simple interest rate of 10.5% for a term of 18 months. How much simple interest will you owe? What is the total amount you will have to repay (maturity value)? i am not good at this one working on my problem

*asked by tammy on July 6, 2012* -
## Math

Ammar borrows RM5,000 at 8% simple interest per annum on 20 September 2015. if she charged RM124.44 simple interest, find the date she settles the loan. (Use the Banker's Rule).

*asked by Nureen on October 26, 2018* -
## Essex

An investment club placed $33,000 into two simple interest accounts. On one account, the annual simple interest rate is 6.5%. On the other, the annual simple interest rate is 4.5%. How much should be invested in each account so that both accounts earn the

*asked by Carl on February 16, 2016* -
## math

An investment club placed $36,000 into two simple interest accounts. On one account, the annual simple interest rate is 8.5%. On the other, the annual simple interest rate is 3.5%. How much should be invested in each account so that both accounts earn the

*asked by Porchae on April 1, 2017* -
## University of North Dakota

an investment club placed $33,000 into two simple interest accounts. On one account, the annual simple intrest rate is 9.5%. On the other, the simple interest rate is 1.5%. How much should be invested in each account so that both accounts earn the same

*asked by Melissa Jefferson on November 13, 2015* -
## math

An investment of $3,000 is made at an annual simple interest of 5%. How much additional money must be invested at an annual simple interest rate of 8%, so that the total annual interest earned is 7.5 of the original amount that you invested? My answer:

*asked by PleaseCheckMyAnswer on March 31, 2016* -
## Math

Asher cashed in a one-year term deposit after only five months had elapsed. In order to do so, he accepted an interest rate penalty—a reduction from the scheduled 5.5% rate of simple interest. If he was paid $145.83 interest on the $10,000 term deposit,

*asked by Anonymous on May 5, 2014* -
## social studies

1)An interest rate is a special type of? a. loan b. price c. bank d. service 2) How does a compound interest rate differ from a simple interest rate? a. Compound interest rates pay more interest over time b. Compound interest rates are calculated only once

*asked by Leah on January 7, 2015* -
## algebra

12000 was invested in 2 accounts, one earning 12% simple interest and the other earning 8% simple interest. if the total interest at the end of 1yr was $1240, how much was invested in each account?

*asked by cee jay on March 9, 2016* -
## Math

the principle B is borrowed at a simple interest rate r for a period of time t. Find the simple interest owed for the use of the money,. Assume there are 360 days in a year and round to the nearest cent. P=$4000, r=6.0%and t=6 month

*asked by Theresa on July 16, 2011* -
## Math

An investment of $3,000 is made at an annual simple interest of 5%. How much additional monery must be invested at an annual simple interest rate of 8% so that the total annual interest earned is 7.5 of te original amount that you invested?

*asked by Anonymous on March 30, 2016* -
## math investment problem

If $4,400.00 is invested at 5% simple interest, how much needs to be invested at 9% simple interest so the total interest per year is $697.00.

*asked by Anonymous on April 11, 2016* -
## math

In simple words, what are the differences of simple interest, compound interest and annuity?

*asked by Jp on January 5, 2013* -
## Math- Interest Rates

Yvonne put $4,000 in a savings account. At the end of 3 years, the account had earned $960 in simple interest. A. how much does she have in her account at the end of 3 years? B. at what annual simple interest rate did the account grow? c. how many more

*asked by Anonymous on March 5, 2017* -
## Math

A principal of $2000 was invested in a savings account for 4 years. If the interest earned for that period was $480 what is the interest rate? I = prt for r I did: 2000= 480(4) 2000=1920 9.6%

*asked by Tyler on February 1, 2016* -
## math

jack invested $4000 in two accounts. one pays simple interest at the rate of 5% and the other pays simple interest at the rate of 6%. if jack earned a total of $224 in interest in the first year, how much did he invest in each account?

*asked by pb on April 5, 2012* -
## math

.. You were offered the opportunity to purchase either a simple interest note or a simple discount note with the following terms: $33,353 at 7% for 18 months. based on the effective interest rate, which would you choose

*asked by Anonymoupauline on June 11, 2018* -
## math

i put 4000.00 in savings. at end of 3 years the account earned 960.00 in simple interest at what simple interest rate did the account grow? please show me the work.

*asked by mark on March 14, 2014* -
## Math

Chris deposited $1,500 in a bank account for 2 years. The account earned $120.00 in simple interest. What simple interest rate did he receive?

*asked by Ryan on February 18, 2013* -
## Interest Question

Hi guys, I'm trying to help my son with this question but I just have no idea how to set it up. I know that I=prt, but I don't understand what to plug in here since we are given two bonds. Anita Ramirez owns two bonds, one paying 8.5% interest and the

*asked by Samina on January 21, 2009* -
## math

Carl Sonntag wanted to compare what proceeds he would receive with a simple interest note versus a simple discount note. Both had the same terms: $19,500 at 8% for 2 years. Use ordinary interest as needed.

*asked by pauline on June 11, 2018* -
## ALGEBRA

Jan plans to invest $7500, part at 4% simple interest and the rest at 5% simple interest. What is the most that he can invest at 4% and still be guaranteed at least $325 per year?

*asked by SEAN on April 30, 2015* -
## help!!!

how would i do this question? Hal invested $2500 at 4 ¾% simple interest. Determine the accumulated amount when he withdrew the investment at the end of 5 years? This site has a great explanation for figuring simple interest.

*asked by Anonymous on July 29, 2006* -
## Simple Interest

Hi guys, I'm new here, my name is Markus. Can you help me with one simple question? I think I know what it is, though. If any of guys respond back, thank you! $300 at 5 annual interest for 7 years. Find the simple interest earned in the account. a. $214.29

*asked by Markus on January 2, 2016* -
## math

the total amount of interest on this loan of $6000 for 150 days is $210.50. what is the rate of interest on this loan? If not compounded, or simple interest, then Interest=Principal(rateinterest)*time Here time is 5/12 of a year, you are given the interest

*asked by Haydee on August 21, 2006* -
## algebra

A principal of $5000 was invested in a savings account for 4 years. If the interest earned for the period was $400, what was the interest rate? i know this is 1.5 % or at least I think it is but how do i write it out? Use the equation I=Prt, where

*asked by confused on May 30, 2007* -
## algebra

To buy both a new car and a new house, Tina sought two loans totalling $319,531. The simple interest rate on the first loan was 2.7%, while the simple interest rate on the second loan was 2.6%. At the end of the first year, Tina paid a combined interest

*asked by Joel on February 22, 2011* -
## Math

To buy both a new car and a new house, Tina sought two loans totalling $319.531. The simple interest rate on the first loan was 2.7%, while the simple interest rate on the second loan was 2.6%. At the end of the first year, Tina paid a combined interest

*asked by Chrissy on January 11, 2012* -
## algebra

To buy both a new car and a new house, Tina sought two loans totalling $260,394. The simple interest rate on the first loan was 3.7%, while the simple interest rate on the second loan was 8.8%. At the end of the first year, Tina paid a combined interest

*asked by Jack on February 20, 2011* -
## algebra

An investor wants to receive $1,000 dollars annually from two investments. He has put $4,500 in money market account 4% annual simple interest. How much should he invest in a stock fund that pays 10% annual simple interest to achieve this goal?

*asked by Jay on October 20, 2014* -
## Intermediate Algebra

To buy both a new car and a new house, Tina sought two loans totalling $78,825. The simple interest rate on the first loan was 0.2%, while the simple interest rate on the second loan was 5.0%. At the end of the first year, Tina paid a combined interest

*asked by Kimberly on July 28, 2011* -
## algebra

Dilbert invests a total of $14,000 in two accounts paying 9% and 15% simple interest, respectively. How much was invested in each account if, after one year, the total interest was $1,350.00. A) Enter an equation that uses the information as it is given

*asked by Tina on October 26, 2015*

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