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Dhanesh Sharma | 21 Nov

Say Principal=1 Lac Int 12% Year 1. EMI = 100000*1/100(1+1/100)^12 divided by ((1+1/100)^12-1) use "Full Calculation" option. mentioned as "F" ; Cut ; 5/4 of calculator we will find 101/100^12= 1.126825 multiply by 1000 and second block results comes (1126.825-1=.126825). now devide 1.12685/.12685 So EMI is Rs 8885/-. (Now for Interest portion 100000/- 1% (12/12 p.month)=1000/- . Subtract Rs 1000 from 8885/- it comes to 7885/- as principal and 1000/- as interest. Next month (100000-7885=92115 as principal and interest 1% of 92115/- i.e 921 so breakup of 2nd installment (8885-921=7964). 3rd installment (92115-7964=84151 and interest is 842 principal is 8885-842=8043 and so on. Just note down on a paper in vertical form for easy understanding.

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Sashi Rai | 16 Nov

Yes, you can teach. Language is no any bar in making understand the concept to others if one can understand the same language.

Psb Tutorials | 5 days ago

Yes of course, language is not a matter for knowledge transfer and secondly students prefer to learn in easy language.

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Neha Singh | 29 Sep

practice and practice

Dinesh Verma | 11 Oct

First of all, clear the basic concepts and then do hard work for practice

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Mayur Rathod | 21 Sep

Go with C++

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Rajesh Kandregula | 31 Aug

Hi Madhav please mind the basic difference between cash and cash equivalents. Cash - the station?s total amount of paper money, coins, checks, money orders and money on demand deposited with financial institutions. Cash Equivalents- all short-term highly liquid investments. The investment must be easily convertible into a known amount of cash and be close enough to maturity such that its market value is not sensitive to interest rate changes, generally accepted to be90 days or less. Thank You All the best

Kanwar Kanishk Thakur | 09 Nov

meaning of cash : cash comprises cash on hand and demand deposits with banks. meaning of cash equivalents: (a) cash equivalents are short term , highly liquid investments that are readily convertible into amounts of cash and which are subject to an insignificant risk of changes in value. (b) cash equivalents are held for the purpose of meeting short term cash commitments rather than for investments or other purposes. (c) for an investment to qualify as cash equivalent, it must be readily convertible to a known amount of cash and be subject to an insignificant risk of changes in value. therefore, an investment normally qualifies as cash equivalent only when it has a short maturity of , say , three months or less from the date of acquisition. computation of cash and cash equivalents: Cash and Cash Equivalent at the beginning of perios cash in hand. Cash at bank Marketable securities Less! Bank overdraft Cash credit ----------- opening cash balance same procedure goes for calculating closing cash and cash equivalents with closing balances.

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Dhanesh Sharma | 19 Nov

Say Principal=1 Lac Int 12% Year 1. EMI = 100000*1/100(1+1/100)^12 divided by ((1+1/100)^12-1) use "Full Calculation" option. mentioned as "F" ; Cut ; 5/4 of calculator we will find 101/100^12= 1.126825 multiply by 1000 and second block results comes (1126.825-1=.126825). now devide 1.12685/.12685 So EMI is Rs 8885/-. (Now for Interest portion 100000/- 1% (12/12 p.month)=1000/- . Subtract Rs 1000 from 8885/- it comes to 7885/- as principal and 1000/- as interest. Next month (100000-7885=92115 as principal and interest 1% of 92115/- i.e 921 so breakup of 2nd installment (8885-921=7964). 3rd installment (92115-7964=84151 and interest is 842 principal is 8885-842=8043 and so on. Just note down on a paper in vertical form for easy understanding.