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Find Compound Interest using Tricks

In case of Compound Interest the interest is vary according time to time. But, at the first year it is equal to:

**Compound Interest = Simple Interest**

But, after that year it is increases. So, then we need to find *Compound Interest* using formula. This type of problem are given in Quantitative Aptitude which is a very essential paper in banking exam. Under below given some more example for your better practice.

Few examples of Compound Interest

Here Principal amount, Rate of percent and Time is given. You need to find the Compound interest using formula and tricks.

Example #1

What would be compound interest obtained on an amount of Rs.8000/- at the rate of 10% per annum after 2 years?

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For the First year interest will be:

8000 x 10 / 100

= Rs.800/-

For the Second year interest will be:

( Principal Amount + First year interest ) x 10 / 100

= ( 8000 + 800 ) x 10 / 100

= 8800 x 10 / 100 = Rs.880/-

So, After 2 years compound interest will be ( 800 + 880 ) = Rs.1680/-.

Example #2

What would be the compound interest to be obtained on an amount of Rs.8000/- at the rate of 10% per annum after 2 years?

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P = Principal Amount

R = Rate of Interest

N = Number of Years

CI = P [(1 + R / 100)^{N} – 1]

8000 x [(1 + 10 / 100)^{2} – 1]

= Rs.1680/-

Example #3

Raju invested an amount of Rs.8460/- at 6% per annum for 2 years. What approx amount would he obtain at the end of two years?

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Example #4

What will be the compound interest on a sum of Rs.6500/- at the rate of 6% per annum for 2 years?

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= Rs. 803.4/-

Example #5

Find the compound interest of Rs.18000 at 5% per annum in 3 years.

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Example #6

Find the compound interest obtained on an amount Rs.8000/- at the rate of 12% per annum for 2 years.

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^{2}– 1 ]

= Rs.2035.2/-

Example #7

The simple interest deposited on sum of certain principle is Rs.8400/- for 7 years at the rate of 12% per annum. What should be the CI deposited on that principle at the rate of 6% per annum in 2 years?

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X = Rs.10000/-

So, Compound Interest is = ( 10000 x 105 x 105 / 100 x 100 ) – 10000

= 11236 – 10000

= Rs.1236/-

Example #8

Principal is 15000 at rate percent 4% per annum for 2 years and compound annually. Find the CI.

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CI = P [(1 + R / 100)

^{N}– 1]

P = 15000

R = 4%

N = 2

CI = 15000 x [( 1 + 4 / 100)2 – 1]

= 15000 x [ 26 x 26 / 25 x 25 – 1] [ as we put down (26 / 25)2 ]

= 15000 x 51 / 625

= 1224.

Example #9

Simple Interest accrued on an amount of Rs.22500/- at the end of 3 years is Rs.10800/-. What would be the Compound Interest accrued on the same amount at the same rate at the end of 2 years?

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Amount = 22500

Time = 3

SI = 10800

So, we need to find Rate percent.

We know SI = P x T x R / 100

10800 = 22500 x R x 3 / 100

R = 1080000 / 67500

= 16%

So, Rate of percent = 16%.

Compound Interest accrued on the same amount at the same rate at the end of 2 years will be:

CI = 22500 x (116 / 100 x 116 / 100 – 1 )

= 22500 x( 116 x 116/ 10000 – 1)

= 22500 x( 13456 / 1000) – 1

= 22500 x (1.3456 – 1)

= 22500 x 0.3456

= 7776

So the CI at the end of 2 years will be Rs.7776/-.

Example #10

What would be the compound interest on an amount Rs.6000/- at the rate 12% per annum for 2 years?

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^{2}– 1]

= 6000 x 2544 / 10000

= 1526.4

Example #11

What will be the compound interest on a sum of Rs.4800/- at the rate of 6% per annum for 2 years?

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^{n}– 1

4800 x [( 1 + 6 / 100 )

^{2}– 1]

4800 x [ 53 x 53 / 50 x 50 – 1 ]

= 593.28

So, the compound interest is Rs.593.28/-.

Example #12

What would be the compound interest obtained on an amount of Rs.1600/- at the rate of 8% per annum after 2 years?

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Compound Interest = P ( 1 + R / 100)

^{N}– 1600

1600 ( 1 + 8 / 100 )

^{2}– 1600

( 1600 x 27 x 27 / 25 x 25 ) – 1600

= ( 1866.24 – 1600 )

= 266.24

So, the compound interest would be Rs.266.24/-.

Example #13

What would be the compound interest obtained on an amount of Rs.6000/- at the rate of 10% per annum after 2 years?

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^{n}– 1

= 6000 x [(11 / 10 )

^{2}– 1]

= 6000 x 21 / 100

= 1260

So, the compound interest would be Rs.1260/-.

Example #14

What would be the compound interest obtained on an amount of Rs.8850/- at the rate of 12% per annum after 2 years?

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Rate = 12

Time = 2 years

Amount = 8850 ( 1 + 12 / 100 )^{2}

= 8850 x 28 x 28 / 25 x 25

= 11101.44

So, CI = ( 11101.44 – 8850 ) = Rs.2251.44/-

Example #15

What would be the compound interest obtained on an amount of Rs.7500/- at the rate of 6% per annum after 2 years?

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Rate = 6

Time = 2 years

= 7500 [ 106 x 106 / 100 x 100 ] – 7500

= 7500 x 11236 / 10000 – 7500

= 8427 – 7500

= 927

So, compound interest after 2 years would be Rs.927/-.

Example #16

In after the period of 2 years, what would be the compound interest get on a principal amount of Rs.6400/- at the rate of 8% per annum.

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In Second year compound interest is 512 + 40.96. [ i.e, 512 x 8 / 100 = 40.96 ]

So, total compound interest is 512 + 512 + 40.96 =

**1064.96**

Example #17

What compound interest accrued on an amount of Rs.18000/- at the rate of 10% per annum for the 2 years?

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**Formula:**A = P( 1 + R / 100 )

^{N}

= 18000 ( 1 + 10 / 100 )

^{2}

= 18000 x 22 x 22 / 20 x 20

= 21780

So, compound interest after 2 years would be ( 21780 – 18000 ) = Rs.3780/-.

### More Shortcut tricks on Simple and Compound Interest

- Find Simple Interest based question
- Find the rate % based question
- Find Principle or Sum based question
- Compound Interest shortcut tricks
- Difference between CI and SI of Three Years question
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sir can you explain the compound interest short cut Technic how you solved

p.a.=6400

r=8

for 1st year t=1

s.i.=6400*1*8/100=512

for second year u need 6400’s s.i. + 512’s s.i.

for one year now t=1

6400’s s.i. for one year=512

512,s =512*1*8/100=40.96

then add all

Its really good and quite helpful

Thanks 1

Why do we use a minus 1 in the above formulae?

to determine compountd interest directly use minus 1 else the answer we get is amount.so to calculate directly CI they used

amount=p(1+r/100)^n

compound interest =p((1+r/100)-1)^n

i am not sufficient for this method .Don’t use the easy method .Time is very important …

compound interest simple method fpr example

P.a=10000

R=10%

T=3yr

solve:

1000*3=3000

100*3=300

10*1=10

total =3310

compound interest=3310Ans

to determine difference on CI AND SI for 2years what short trick is used

P*(R/100)^2 = Difference

(CI)2 yrs -( SI)2 yrs =12,R%=20%,P=?

(SI)2 yrs=20+20=40% ;

(CI)2 yrs=(20+20+(20*20/100))% (shortcut)

=(40+(400/100))%

=(40+4)%

=44%

(CI)2 yrs -(SI)2 yrs =44-40 =4

we know that, P=(CI)2 yrs -(SI)2 yrs

given that, (CI)2 yrs -(SI)2 yrs =12

P = 44/100 -40/100

P=100

we need to multiply by 3 becoz in questn given 12

P=300

If % increases or a% and b% overall % increases is given by (a+b+ab/100)%

ex:20% increase for 2 yrs is

=( 20+20+20*20/100)%=44%