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12:46 PM
Update to yesterday's discussion with Wei Zhong:
in Room for Wei Zhong and Martin Sleziak, 8 mins ago, by Wei Zhong
Hi Martin, just a short update. I have added the features you suggest. Take a look: https://approach0.xyz/search/?q=Prove%2C%20%24%5Cleft(%7Cx%2By%7C%5Cright)%5E2%3C%5C%20%3F%24&p=1
(make sure you do a hard-refresh on the page to force browser to update)
in Room for Wei Zhong and Martin Sleziak, 6 mins ago, by Wei Zhong
Now we have URL, copy-paste as well as relevance improvements.

I welcome you to follow our project twitter for future updates: https://twitter.com/approach0

Hopefully this does not distract you from you work. Have a good day!
 
1:11 PM
Hi
What annual instalment will discharge a debt of 1092 due in 3 years at 12% simple interest?
I have tried :Simple Interest is Means Calculating the Interest for every Year, the above Problem is Little Different Can you Guide Me how to approach
@MartinSleziak Guide Me for the Answer
 
1:31 PM
@cloudcomputinginsalesforce If I understand that correctly, you are asking for x if you know $$0.36x=1092.$$
And from you wrote here, it seems that I misunderstood the problem.
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Q: Simple Interest on solved problems

cloud computing in salesforceWhat annual installment will discharge a debt of 1092 due in 3 years at 12% simple interest? Answer is: Your repayment amount yields an interest of 12% per year. The last installment (the third)does not fetch any interest. The second installment will give 12% interest for one year. That is, the...

It seems to be the same problem as here:
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Q: How to solve the given problem of simple interest?

sagarThe problem statement is: What annual instalment will discharge a debt of 1092 due in 3 years at 12% simple interest? Now, what I know is Simple interest =( principal* Rate per annum*Time in years)/(100) Here, R= 12℅ ,T=3 years but I don't understand how to move forward.I am not getting t...

I have edited your post to the form in which you should have posted. (You did not mention at all that it is request for clarification of a post already made on this site.)
I hope it has now a better chance to get answered.
 

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