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Piyush takes a loan of Rs 10000. After 1 yr, he takes another loan of Rs 10000 at double the rate of interest. If he has to pay interest at simple rate of interest and settles the loan by paying Rs 23600 at the end of two years, what is the initial rate of interest he has to pay?0 AnswerOn what terms did Savita get a loan from Tejpal Singh? Would Savitas condition be different if she could get a loan from the bank at a low rate of interest? - CBSE Economics Class 9 NCERT Solutions1 AnswerNaresh puts Rs 10000 at interest compounded annually for 2 yr. Had he invested it at 1% more rate of interest compounded annually, he would have earned Rs 209 more. What is the interest rate?0 AnswerOne-fourth of an amount was loaned at simple interest with 2% rate of interest and the remaining part was lent on simple interest at 3% rate of interest What is the average rate of interest for the whole amount ?0 AnswerA sum of money amounts to Rs. 49,400 in 3 years and Rs. 50,400 in 5 years at the same rate Of simple interest. The rate Of interest per annum 0 AnswerA certain sum of money at simple interest amounts to Rs. 1012 in 2.5 years and to Rs. 1067.20 in 4 years. The rate of interest per annum is0 AnswerA certain amount which was loaned on simple interest doubled in 10 years Then the amount received is loaned on compound interest for another 2 years on the same rate What is the total rise in the amount after 12 years with the initial principal amount ?0 AnswerLeila aspires to buy a car worth Rs. 10,00,000 after 5 years. What is the minimum amount in Rupees that she should deposit now in a bank which offers 10% annual rate of interest, if the interest was compounded annually?1 AnswerFindthe simple interest on Rs4800 at the rate of 81/2% per annum for a period of 2 years 3 months1 AnswerThe Return on Investment (ROI) of a company ranges between 10 12% for the past three years. To finance its future fixed capital needs, it has the following options for borrowing debt : Option ‘A’ : Rate of interest 9% Option ‘B’ : Rate of interest 13% Which source of debt, ‘Option A’ or ‘Option B’, is better ? Give reason in support of your answer. Also state the concept being used in taking the decision. -business-studies-2018 1 AnswerCorrect the run-on sentence. CBSE English1 AnswerA rural landowner can deposit his savings in a commercial bank and receive an annual interest rate of 8%. Alternatively he can lend tvillagers who need credit. If all loans are of the same size and only sixty percent of them are repaid, the interest rate that would make his earnings the same as from depositing his savings in a bank is? DSE-20121 AnswerWhat type of loan is taken more in india ??1 AnswerWhat is the ratio of simple interest earned on certain amount at the rate of 12% for 6 years and that for 12 years?0 AnswerA sum of Rs. 4000 is lent for 5 years at the rate of 15% per annum. Find the interest. -(NIFT-UG)1 AnswerRight to freedom can be restricted 1 AnswerA person deposited Rs 8000 in a bank which amounted to Rs 9200 after 3 years at simple interest. Had the interest been 2% more, around how much he would have got?1 Answer Asmita invests an amount of ` 9535 at the rate of 4% per annum to obtain a total amount of ` 11442 on simple interest after a certain period. For how many years did she invest the amount to obtain the total sum?0 AnswerIdentify and explain the dimensions of business environment discussed in the above case .-CBSE business studies 2016 class 111 AnswerMr X and Mr Y are good friends. Mr X borrows 2 lakhs (without any interest) from Mr Y and agrees to pay back Half of the outstanding amount every year. How many years Mr X takes to pay back the entire money ?(NID-2018)1 Answer
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