Compound Interest – Part 1


Here’s a short video to watch. The presenter doesn’t quite give a formula to use, but he comes really close… the one we’ll start with is

A = P(1+r)^t

where t is the number of “compounding periods” (years, for now – it gets more complicated later).

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