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# If in 13 years a fixed sum doubles at simple interest, what will be the interest rate per year? (Correct to two decimal places)

 A) 8.69% B) 7.69% C) 7.29% D) 7.92%

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The difference between the compound interest and simple interest on ₹x at 12% per annum for 2 years is ₹18. What is the value of x?

 A) 1,250 B) 1,280 C) 1,340 D) 1,300

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₹4,300 becomes ₹4,644 in 2 years at simple interest. Find the principle amount that will become ₹10,104 in 5 years at the same rate of interest.

 A) ₹7,200 B) ₹8,420 C) ₹9,260 D) ₹5,710

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The simple interest on a certain sum at the end of three years at 5%p.a. is ₹1,200. The compound interest on the same sum for the same period at the same rate is (interest compounded yearly):

 A) ₹1,800 B) ₹1,261 C) ₹820 D) ₹1,260

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A sum of money invested for 4 years and 9 months at a rate of 8% simple interest per annum became Rs. 1,035 at the end 0 of the period. What was the sum that was initially invested?

 A) Rs. 700 B) Rs. 675 C) Rs. 725 D) Rs. 750

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At what percent of simple interest will a sum 0f money double itself in 15 years?

 A) 6 1/3% B) 6 2/3% C) 6 1/2% D) 6%

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What is the total earning after 2 years from Rs.18,750 on variable compound interest if the rate of interest for the first 4 year is 4% and for the second, it is 8%?

 A) ₹ 1,740 B) ₹ 1,760 C) ₹ 1,670 D) ₹ 2,310

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The simple interest on a sum of Rs.50,000 at the end of two years is Rs.4,000. What would be the compound interest on the same sum at the same rate for the same period ?

 A) 4,040 B) 4,080 C) 4,008 D) 8,000

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Rs. 775 invested for 6 years gives an interest of Rs. 372. The rate of simple interest per annum is:

 A) 8% B) 7% C) 9% D) 7.5 %