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Maths a sum of money amounts to rs. 1500 in 5 yrs. at 10% p.a. simple interest. find the sum?

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  • anshuman karak May 25, 2008

    1500x10x5

    -----------------=150x5=750

    100

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1500x5x10
-----------------=15x5x10=750
100

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