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    Wana add a particular % to a number for n times. Eg. if the % = 10 then, 1 + (1+1.1) + (2.1+2.31). is that the same as compound interest?
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    if the number is a, and the percentage/100 is b:


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    Thanks, But I'm looking for more like the difference between compound interest and this. interest is added in a particular frequency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sak
    Wana add a particular % to a number for n times. Eg. if the % = 10 then, 1 + (1+1.1) + (2.1+2.31). is that the same as compound interest?
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    The value of an initial principle P at interest i per period after compounding for N perionds is

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