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The Difference Between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs. 500 for 1 Year at 10% per Annum, Reckoned Half-yearly is - Mathematics

Question

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The difference between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs. 500 for 1 year at 10% per annum, reckoned half-yearly is

Options

  • Rs. 1 

  • Rs. 1.25 

  • Rs. 1.5 

  • Rs. 2 

Solution

Rs. 1.25

Explanation:

As interest is compounded half-yearly.

∴ rate`=10/2` = 5% half-yearly

time = 1 year = 2 half-yearly

Compound interest`=500xx[(1+5/100)^2-1]`

and simple interest`=(500xx5xx2)/100`

Difference`=500xx[(1+5/100)^2-1]-(500 xx5xx2 ) /100`

`=500xx25/(100xx100)=5/4=₨. 1.25`

Concept: Simple and Compound Interest
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