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Calculation of interest is all around us: savings accounts, car loans, mortgages, credit cards, student loans... Because interest will always be with you, it is important for you to really grasp how it will play a part in your everyday life. In the Business Math quiz entitled “Calculating Interest Per Year”, you revisited the basic steps of how to calculate simple yearly interest. This quiz will continue that practice exercise. By now, you should be able to calculate these pretty quickly but don’t go too fast. Remember to find the right answer you will need to follow the simple formula:
[readmore]I = PRT (interest equals principal, interest rate and time)
We will dispense with doing a practice problem here. If you feel you are not ready to take this quiz just yet, go back to the earlier quiz “Calculating Interest Per Year”. There you will find a practice problem as it is worked through to help you use the above formula and find the answer.
Review each of the following ten questions and then see if you can determine how much interest will be paid out by the end of the time period mentioned.
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Working the problem:
$900.00 at 3.85% for 10 years. I = PRT 900 x 0.0385 x 10 900 x 0.0385 = 34.65 34.65 x 10 = 346.50 I = $346.50 Answer (c) is the correct answer 

Working the problem:
$2,950,000.00 at 4.05% for 28 years. I = PRT 2,950,000 x 0.0405 x 28 2,950,000 x 0.0405 = 119,475 119,475 x 28 = 3,345,300 I = $3,345,300.00 Answer (d) is the correct answer 
Working the problem:
$39,333.33 at 6.23% for 17 years. I = PRT 39,333.33 x 0.0623 x 17 39,333.33 x 0.0623 = 2,450.47 2,450.47 x 17 = 41,657.99 I = $41,657.99 Answer (b) is the correct answer 

Working the problem:
$5,000.00 at 9% for 15 years. I = PRT 5,000 x 0.09 x 15 5,000 x 0.09 = 450 450 x 15 = 6,750 I = $6,750.00 Answer (c) is the correct answer 
Working the problem:
$2,450.19 at 2.37% for 7 years. I = PRT 2,450.19 x 0.0237 x 7 2,450.19 x 0.0237 = 58.07 58.07 x 7 = 406.49 I = $406.49 Answer (b) is the correct answer 

Working the problem:
$216.49 at 12.5% for 3 years. I = PRT 216.49 x 0.125 x 3 216.49 x 0.125 = 27.06 27.06 x 3 = 81.18 I = $81.18 Answer (d) is the correct answer 
Working the problem:
$10.00 at 26% for 2 years. I = PRT 10 x 0.26 x 2 10 x 0.26 = 2.60 2.60 x 2 = 5.20 I = $5.20 Answer (a) is the correct answer 

Working the problem:
$12,250.00 at 5.465% for 5 years. I = PRT 12,250 x 0.05465 x 5 12,250 x 0.05465 = 669.46 669.46 x 5 = 3,347.30 I = $3,347.30 Answer (b) is the correct answer 
Working the problem:
$34,900,500.00 at 2.97% for 30 years. I = PRT 34,900,500 x 0.0297 x 30 34,900,500 x 0.0297 = 1,036,544.80 1,036,544.80 x 30 = 31,096,344 I = $31,096,344.00 Answer (d) is the correct answer 
$3,21400 at 5.65% for 12 years.
I = PRT
3214 x 0.0565 x 12
3214 x 0.0565 = 181.59
181.59 x 12 = 2,179.09
I = $2,179.09
Answer (a) is the correct answer