## A Course of Mathematics: In Two Volumes. For the Use of the Royal Military Academy, Volume 1 |

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SIMPLE INTEREST . INTEREST is the premium or sum allowed for the loan or forbearance of money . The money lent or forborn is called the

SIMPLE INTEREST . INTEREST is the premium or sum allowed for the loan or forbearance of money . The money lent or forborn is called the

**Principal**; and the sum of the**principal**: . . 6 per cent . and its interest SIMPLE INTEREST . 85. Page 86

Simple Interest is that which is allowed for the

Simple Interest is that which is allowed for the

**principal**lent or forborn only , for the whole time of forbearance . As the interest of any sum , for any time , is directly proportional to the**principal**suni , and also to the time of ... Page 88

COMPOUND INTEREST , called also interest upon interest , is that which arises from the

COMPOUND INTEREST , called also interest upon interest , is that which arises from the

**principal**and interest , taken together , as it becomes due , at the end of each stated time of payment . Though it be not lawful to lend money at ... Page 98

Paid 10121 10s for a

Paid 10121 10s for a

**principal**of 7501 , taken in 7 years before : at what rate per cent . per annum did I pay interest ? Ans . 5 per cent . Quest . 30. Divide 1000l among A , B , C ; so as to give A 120 more , and B 95 less than C. Ans ... Page 102

The

The

**principal**symbols which are employed to designate the operations of algebra and arithmetic , and the relations which subsist between quantities , are the following . Their object is to abbreviate . I. 1.### What people are saying - Write a review

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