Simple interest 2

Find the simple interest if 13905 USD at 4.5% for 6 months.

Result

x =  312.86 USD

Solution:

x=139054.5100612=312.86  USD x = 13905\cdot \dfrac{ 4.5}{ 100} \cdot \dfrac{ 6}{ 12} = 312.86 \ \text { USD }



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