How can we derive the formula
Principle = difference( in C.I.and S.I.)*100*100*100
for 3 years,where R=Rate of interest?
Asked by kideuttam | 26th Jan, 2015, 06:35: PM
Answered by Prasenjit Paul | 27th Jan, 2015, 10:17: AM
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