How to Solve Investment Problems Part 4

This is the fourth part of the Solving Investment Problems Series. In this part, we discuss a problem which is very similar to the third part. We discuss an investment at two different interest rates. Problem Mr. Garett invested a part of $20 000 at a bank at 4% yearly interest. How much does he… Read More »

How to Solve Investment Problems Part 3

This is the third part of the Solving Investment Problems Series. In this part, we discuss solve invest problem which is very similar to the second part. We discuss an investment at two different interests. Problem A government employee invested a part of Php60000 in bonds at 6% yearly interest and the remaining part in stocks… Read More »

How to Solve Investment Problems Part 1

In the Simple Interest Problems Series, we have learned how to calculate the interest, rate, or time of the principal invested. In that series, the principal is invested to a single bank or company. In this series, we will learn how to calculate the interest of money invested at different companies (different rates). Before starting… Read More »

The Solving Simple Interest Problems Series

The Solving Simple Interest Problems is a series of tutorials on how to solve simple interest problems. In solving interest problems you need to know the following terms: the principal (P) is the money invested, the rate (R) of interest is the percentage of interest (that is the number with percent sign), the time (T) and the… Read More »

How to Solve Simple Interest Problems Part 3

This is the third and last part of the Solving Simple Interest Problems Series. In the first and second part of this series, we have learned how to solve simple interest problems. In this post, we continue with two more problems, one with the rate missing and the other one with the principal missing. Example… Read More »

How to Solve Simple Interest Problems Part 2

This is the second part of the Solving Simple Interest Problems Series. In the previous post, we have discussed the basics of simple interest problems. We have learned that the simple interest (I) is equal to the product of the amount of money invested or the principal (P), the percentage of interest or the rate… Read More »

How to Solve Simple Interest Problems Part 1

This is the first part of the Solving Simple Interest Problem Series for the Civil Service Examination. Simple interest problems are usually included in many examinations such as the Civil Service Exams. It is important that you practice solving these types of problems in order to increase your chance of passing the exams. Before solving… Read More »

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