Get an answer in 5 minutes
We'll notify as soon as your question has been answered.
Hi Lauren, So a) first: In 3 years there are a total of 12x3=36 months And 36x5.35=£192.60 Then b): The formula for simple interest is P(1+rt/100) where P is the principle (which we can think of as how much we started with), r is the interest rate (think r for rate!) and t is the length of time (in years) So that’s 2000(1+3x3/100)=2000(1.09) =2180 Meaning we gained £180 from scheme b) Hence scheme a) gives more interest. Hope that helps!
Asked by Wilhelmine
What fraction is equal to 50% of 1/3
Asked by Libby
What is hale of 7 minutes and 24 seconds
Asked by Ben
I’m stuck on a math question