Sum of money

On a certain sum of money, invested at the rate of 10% compounded annually, the difference between the interests of the first year and the third year is 315 . Find the sum.

Result

x =  1363.636

Solution:


(1.1^3-1)*x -0.1x = 315

0.231x = 315

x = 1500011 ≈ 1363.636364

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