HOW TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ON COMPOUND INTERESTLEARN SERIES
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HOW TO SOLVE PROBLEMS ON COMPOUND INTERESTLEARN SERIES
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INTRODUCTION TO COMPOUND INTEREST:
Compound interest is the addition of interest to the principal sum of a loan or deposit, or in other words, interest on interest.
In IBPS Exam,2 Questions are asked from this section.
FORMULAS FOR COMPOUND INTEREST:

 Let Principal = P, Rate = R% per annum, Time = n
When interest is compounded Annually:
When interest is compounded Halfyearly:
When interest is compounded Quarterly:
When interest is compounded Annually but time is in fraction, say 3 2/5 years:
When Rates are different for different years, say R_{1}%, R_{2}%, R_{3}% for 1^{st}, 2^{nd}and 3^{rd} year respectively.
Present Worth of Rs.x due n years hence is given by:
COMPARISON BETWEEN SI AND CI :
COMPOUND INTEREST:
PRINCIPAL  CI IN YEARS  YEARS  TOTAL CI  AMOUNT 
1000  100  1^{ST} YEAR  100  1100 
1000  110  2^{ND} YEAR  210  1210 
1000  121  3^{RD} YEAR  331  1331 
SIMPLE INTEREST:
PRINCIPAL  SI IN YEARS  YEARS  TOTAL SI  AMOUNT 
1000  100  1^{ST} YEAR  100  1100 
1000  100  2^{ND} YEAR  200  1200 
1000  100  3^{RD} YEAR  300  1300 
NOTE:
1.For 1^{st} year SI=CI
2.Variation of Interest Starts from 2^{nd} Year.
3.In CI interest and Amount in 2consecutive years also increases by r%
TYPE 1:
1.If a man invests Rs.10000 at the rate of 20% per annum for 2 1/2 years.What is the amount of the man if his principal is compounded annually?
Amount=10000(1+20/100)²*(1+20/100*1/2)¹
=10000[(120/100)*(120/100)]*(110/100)
=15840
TYPE 2:
DIFFERENT RATES FOR DIFFERENT YEARS:
1.If a man invests principal of Rs.10000, with different rate of interest that is for first 2 years Rate of interest is 10% for the next year Rate of Interest is 20% and then for next 1 year is 25% per annum which is compounded annually, What will be the amount for 4years?
Amount=P{(1+r1/100)t1 * (1+r2/100)t2 * (1+r3/100)t3}
=10000(1+10/100)² *(1+20/100)¹ * (1+25/100)¹
=10000*( 110/100)*(110/100) *(120/100) *(125/100)
=Rs.18150
TYPE 3:
WHEN INTEREST IS COMPOUNDED ANUALLY, HALF YEARLY, QUARTERLY:
1.A man invests principal of Rs.10000 at the rate of 20%per annum with interest compounded half yearly for 2 years.What is the Amount he will have at the end of 2years?
P=Rs.10000
R=20%per annum
Interest compounded half yearly for 2 years
A=10000(1+(20/100*1/2))²*²
=10000*(110/100) *(110/100) *(110/100) *(110/100)
Amount=Rs.14641
TYPE 4:
BASED ON EFFICIENCY:
1.A sum amounts to twice in 3 years at Compound Interest.In how many years it becomes 8 times at same rate r%?
Given Amount=2P in 3 years
Amount=P(1+r/100)n
2P =P(1+r/100)ᶾ
2= (1+r/100)ᶾ
To become 8 times 2 should be cubed
2ᶾ= (1+r/100)3*3
8=(1+r/100)9
It becomes 8 times in 9 years
ALTERNATE METHOD:
M times=t1 years
N times=t2 years
m⅓ =n¹/t2
2⅓=8¹/t2
2⅓ =2ᶾ*
Base are equal
1/3=3*1/t2
t2=9
9 years are required for a sum to become 8 times
TYPE 5:
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SIMPLE AND COMPOUND INTEREST:
FOR 2 YEARS:
=PR²/100²
FOR 3 YEARS:
=PR²(300+R)/100³
1.The difference between Simple interest and Compound Interest in(Rs.) on Rs.1200 for one year at 10% per annum reckoned half yearly is?
Since the interest is compounded half yearly therefore rate=10/2 =5%
CISI=PR²/100²
=1200*5*5/1000
=30000/10000
=Rs.3
2.If the difference between CI and SI on a certain sum of money for 3 years at 10% per annum is Rs.93.Find the sum(in Rs.)
Sum= Difference*100³/r³(300+r)
=93*100*100*100/(10*10*310)
=Rs.3000
1 comment
Type 1 1st question answer is 14400