Enter 3 out of 4 below

<-- Accum Value
<-- Principal
<-- Interest %
<-- Time
      

Given an initial balance of 1500,
an interest rate of 7%,
and time of 3

Calculate the Accumulated Balance
using Simple Interest:

Accumulated Value formula

AV = Principal * (1 + (int. rate * time))

Plug in our values

AV = 1500 * (1 + (0.07 * 3))

Simplify

AV = 1500 * (1 + 0.21)

AV = 1500 * 1.21

Calculate the total interest earned:

Total Interest Earned = Accumulated Value - Principal

Total Interest Earned = 1815 - 1500

Total Interest Earned = 315

Calculate the interest earned:

Interest per Period  =  Interest Earned
  t

Interest per Period  =  315
  3

Interest per period = 105

Final Answer

Accumulated Value using Simple Interest = 1815





What is the Answer?
Accumulated Value using Simple Interest = 1815
How does the Simple and Compound and Continuous Interest Calculator work?
Free Simple and Compound and Continuous Interest Calculator - Calculates any of the four parameters of the simple interest formula or compound interest formula or continuous compound formula
1) Principal
2) Accumulated Value (Future Value)
3) Interest
4) Time.
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What 3 formulas are used for the Simple and Compound and Continuous Interest Calculator?

Accumulated Value = Principal * (1 + (interest rate * time))
Accumulated Value = Principal x (1 + interest rate)time
Accumulated Value = Pert

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What 5 concepts are covered in the Simple and Compound and Continuous Interest Calculator?

accumulated value
The total value of an investment, including principal and interest accrued
future value
the value of a current asset at a future date based on an assumed rate of growth
interest
payment from a borrower or deposit-taking financial institution to a lender or depositor of an amount above repayment of the principal sum, at a particular rate
principal
The amount borrowed on a loan, before interest is charged
simple and compound and continuous interest
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