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Reducing method interest calculation

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let me know about reducing method interest calculation please.

P=27000 R=8.5%PA (Reducing) & T=12Months

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NO IDEA

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

P = 150,000
R = 8.5 %
T = 12
P X R / T

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