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Simple interest questions are very important questions and asked in all types of exams whether it is competitive exams or entrance exams or qualifying exams. From lower class to higher degree classes, simple interest problems are more important for every person to know. However, not every person is familiar with all formulas of simple interest. So I decided to put on all types of shortcut formulas of simple interest.

Before remembering shortcut formulas, let me explain some
basic terms of simple interest.

·
What is interest?

If a person borrows some money from a lender, he/she pays a
certain amount extra for the use of that money. That money is called interest. It
is of two types:

2.
Compound interest

·
Principal: Principal is the amount of loan
borrowed.

·
Amount: it is the sum of Principal and Interest.

Compound interest- all formulas-are soon to come in the next
post

So here is a full set of all shortcut formulas of simple
interest:

First understand these shortcut terms

A= amount

P= Principal

SI= Simple Interest

R= rate

T= time

Formulas:

·
A= P+ SI

·
SI= (P*R*T)/100

·
P=100*SI/RT

·
R= 100*SI/PT

·
T= 100*SI/PR

·
A= P{1+(RT/100)}

·
When time is given in months(M), convert it into
year by dividing it with 12

SI= PRM/1200

·
When time is given in days(D), convert it into year by dividing it with 365

SI= PRD/36500

·
A sum of money becomes n times in t years at
simple interest, then rate of interest will be

R= 100(n-1)/T %

·
A sum of money becomes n times at R% per annum
at simple interest, then

Time= 100(n-1)/R years

·
If any sum is n times of simple interest, then

T= 100n/R years

R= 100n/T %

·
A person invests a certain amount of money at
some rate of simple interest. If he had invested it at R% higher, then that
person would have earned x (money- rupees or any currency of world) more. The sum
that person invested = 100x/nR

·
If at some rate of simple interest, any sum
becomes n1 times in T1 years, then the sum becomes n2 times in

T2= T1(n2-1)/(n1-1) years

·
If at the rate of R1 % of simple interest, any
sum becomes n1 times in a certain amount of time, then then in the same time,
the sum becomes n2 times if

R2= R1(n2-1)/(n1-1) years

·
A person (A) lends x money to B for T1 years and
y money to C for T2 years. The person Q money all together as interest, then
the rate of interest was

=
100Q/(P1T1+P2T2)

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