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- 1. COMPOUND INTEREST AND RELATED PROBLEMS IN BUSINESS MATHEMATICS <ul><ul><li>by : </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>DR. T.K. JAIN </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>AFTERSCHO ☺ OL </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>centre for social entrepreneurship </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>sivakamu veterinary hospital road </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>bikaner 334001 rajasthan, india </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>FOR – CSE & PGPSE STUDENTS </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>(CSE & PGPSE are free online programmes </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>open for all, free for all) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>mobile : 91+9414430763 </li></ul></ul>
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- 3. A sum of money placed at C.I doubles itself in 5yrs .It will amount to 8 times itself in how many years? 1 to 2 in 5 years 2 to 4 in 10 years 4 to 8 in 15 years answer = 15 years
- 4. If the S.I on sum of money at 15% per annum for 3yrs is Rs.1200, the C.I on the same sum for the same period at same rate is? Interest for 1 year = 1200/3 = 400 principal = 100/15 *(400) =2666.67 compound interest = formula : = principal (1+rate) ^n n =number of years =2666.67(1+15/100)^3 =4055.67 answer
- 5. The difference between C.I and S.I on a sum of money for 2 yrs at 10% per annum is Rs.150.the sum is Let us assume that principal = 100 SI on 100 = 20 (10 per annum) CI on 100 = 100 *( (1+10/100)^2-1) CI = 21 difference between 21 and 20 = 1 if 1 is the difference, principal = 100 so if difference is 150, principal should be : 150/1 * 100 = 15000 answer
- 6. The amount of Rs.7500 at C.I at 4% per annum for 2yrs is Formula : = principal (1+rate)^n where n = number of years =7500*(1+4/100)^2 =8112 answer
- 7. .A sum of money amounts to Rs.6690 after 3 yrs and to Rs.10035 after 6 yrs on C.I .find the sum Amount increase from 3 to 6 years (gap of 3 years), if we want the original amount, we have to reduce it in same proportion from 3 to start (gap of 3 years). In order to reduce, put the smaller amount as numerator and bigger amount as denominator. Reduce the amount in the same proportion : 6690 * 6690 / 10035 =4460 answer
- 8. If C.I on a certain sum for 2 yrs at 12% per annum is Rs.1590. What would be S.I? SI = simple interest CI = compound interest We can calculate SI here without calculation of principal amount. We know that if 100 is deposited, @12%, SI will be 24. if this amount is deposited at CI, the interest will be : 12 + .12*(112) 13.44 total interest as CI = 25.44 thus SI = 24/25.44 * 1590 = 1500 answer
- 9. A certain sum amounts to Rs.7350 in 2 yrs and to Rs.8575 in 3 yrs.Find the sum and rate%? 8575 – 7350 = 1225 rate = 1225/7350 * 100 rate =16.66% formula = amount (with interest) / (1+rate)^n principal = 7375 /((1+16.66/100)^2) =5419 answer
- 10. If the difference between C.I compounded halfyearly and S.I on a sum at 10% per annum for one yr is Rs.25 the sum is? Let us assume that principal is 100 interest on SI = 10 interest on CI = 100*((1+10/200)^2) =110.25 the diference is .25 if the difference is .25, principal is 100, if the difference is 25, principal = 10000 answer
- 11. A man borrowed Rs.800 at 10 % per annum S.I and immediately lent the whole sum at 10% per annum C.I What does he gain at the end of 2yrs? SI on 800 = 160 (for 2 years) CI for 2 years formula : principal * ((1+rate)^n – 1) =800*(((1+10/100)^2) -1) =168 his gain = 168-160 = 8 answer
- 12. On what sum of money will be S.I for 3 yrs at 8% per annum be half of C.I on Rs.400 for 2 yrs at 10% per annum? formula : principal * ((1+rate)^n – 1) CI = 400 *(((1+10/100)^2)-1) =84 half of 84 = 42 42 is for 3 years, so for 1 year : 14 principal = (100/8)*14 = 175 answer
- 13. 9% compounded quarterly is equal to The semi-annual effective rate is: A) 9.10%. B) 9.31%. C) 9.20%.
- 14. solution... Suppose you pay interest @ 9 % compounded quarterly, it means you are paying 9/4% every quarter and interest is added in the principal every time. Suppose you start with 100. After 1 st quarter, 100 will become : (100+2.25) = 102.25 after 2 nd quarter = (102.25 *1.0225) = 104.55 thus on semi-annual basis we are getting interest of 4.55 or 9.1% p.a. Semi annually compounding Answer
- 15. What is the annual effective rate, if there is continous compounding rate of 9% ? Formula of rate = e^(rate) - 1 =(2.71828)^(.09) -1 = rate is 9.417% answer
- 16. I invest Rs. 1000 every year from today onwards for 10 years. Rate of interest is 8%. Calculate future value of annuity ? Formula = amt (((1+rate)^n – 1) / rate ) =1000(((1.08^10)-1)/.08) =14486.56 but here I am starting my investment from today, so this first instalment, the interest will also be added : 14486.56 * 1.08 =15645.48 answer
- 17. What is future value ? Future value takes up interest and therefore it is more than the sum invested. If I invest 1000 today, with an interest rate of 10%, it will become 1100 after 1 year.
- 18. Formula for present value ? Amount / (1+rate) ^ number of years suppose 1221 is due after 3 years and rate of interest is 10%, present value is : 1221 / (1+10/100)^3 =917.35 answer
- 19. What is the formula for future value ? Amount *(1+rate) ^ number of years suppose 1000 is invested for 3 years and rate of interest is 10% annually compounding, future value is : 1000 * (1+10/100)^3 =1331 answer
- 20. How to calculate EMI? You may use the formula for present value of annuity. Here you need a factor formula = ((1+rate)^n -1) / (rate(1+rate)^n) here n= number of instalments rate = rate % / number of instalments in a year*100 EMI = amout to pay / factor of annuity(calculated from above formula)
- 21. What will be EMI for Rs. 5 lakh rate of interest = 10%, payable in 20 annual instalments = ((1+rate)^n -1) / (rate(1+rate)^n) ((1+10/100)^20 - 1)/(10/100 (1+10/100)^20) =5.73/.67 =8.55 EMI=500000/8.55 =58479 ANSWER
- 22. What will be EMI for Rs. 5 lakh rate of interest = 10%, payable in Monthly instalments in 20 years. = ((1+rate)^n -1) / (rate(1+rate)^n) ((1+10/1200)^240 - 1)/(10/1200* (1+10/1200)^240) 6.328 / .061 =103.624 EMI = 500000 / 103.624 =4825 ANSWER
- 23. What is sinking fund ? If you deposit a sum of money every year and you are able to have a lot of money after some time this is sinking fund you create sinking fund to purchase a new machinary / building etc it is just reverse of the EMI (where you were looking at present value of annuities), because here you are taking future value of annuities.
- 24. How to calculate sinking fund contribution? For calculation of sinking fund contribution, we have to use the following formula : = ((1+rate)^n -1 )/(rate) here n = number of instalment rate = rate / number of instalments in a year*100.
- 25. Jigyasa has to collect 1 ml. After 5 years to start a new factory. How should she save every month? Rate = 12% = ((1+rate)^n -1 )/(rate) =((1+12/1200)^60 -1) / (12/1200) =.8167 / .01 dividing factor =81.669 monthly savings = 1000000/81.669 =12244.44 per month answer
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