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**Compound Interest**

**question in accordance with the syllabus of SSC CGL. Most of these Questions are Previous Year asked in SSC CGL. It will give you implicit idea of Math Question Paper of SSC CGL 2017**

**Q1. If the compound interest on a certain sum for 2 years at 4% p.a. is Rs. 102, the simple interest at the same rate of interest for two years would be:**

(a) Rs. 200

(b) Rs. 50

(c) Rs. 150

(d) Rs. 100

**Q2. On what sum does the difference between the compound interest and the simple interest for 3 years at 10% is Rs. 31?**

(a) Rs. 1500

(b) Rs. 1200

(c) Rs. 1100

(d) Rs. 1000

**Q3. A sum of money at compound interest double itself in 15 years. It will become eight times of itself in**

(a) 45 years

(b) 48 years

(c) 54 years

(d) 60 years

**Q4. If the amount is 2.25 times of the sum after 2 years at compound interest (compound annually), the rate of interest per annum is:**

(a) 25%

(b) 30%

(c) 45%

(d) 50%

**Q5.At what percent per annum will Rs. 3000 amounts to Rs. 3993 in 3 years if the interest is compounded annually?**

(a) 9%

(b) 10%

(c) 11%

(d) 13%

**Q6. In how many years will Rs. 2,000 amounts to Rs. 2,420 at 10% per annum amount interest?**

(a) 3 years

(b) 2 (1/2) years

(c) 2 years

(d) 1 (1/2) years

**Q7. If the difference between the compound interest, compounded every six months, and the simple interest on a certain sum of money at the rate of 12% per annum for one year is Rs. 36, the sum is:**

(a) Rs. 10,000

(b) Rs. 12,000

(c) Rs. 15,000

(d) Rs. 9,000

**Q8. A builder borrows Rs. 2550 to be paid back with compound interest at the rate of 4% per annum by the end of 2 years in two equal yearly installments. How much will each installment be?**

(a) Rs. 1352

(b) Rs. 1377

(c) Rs. 1275

(d) Rs. 1283

**Q9. The difference between the simple and compound interest on a certain sum of money at 5% rate of interest per annum for 2 years is Rs. 15. Then the sum is:**

(a) Rs. 6,500

(b) Rs. 5,500

(c) Rs. 6,000

(d) Rs. 7,000

**Q10. If the difference between the compound interest and simple interest on a sum of 5% rate of interest per annum for three years is Rs. 36.60, then the sum is:**

(a) Rs. 8000

(b) Rs. 8400

(c) Rs. 4400

(d) Rs. 4800

**Q11. A sum of money doubles itself in 4 years compound interest. It will amount to 8 times itself at the same rate of interest in:**

(a) 18 years

(b) 12 years

(c) 16 years

(d) 24 years

**Q12. A sum borrowed under compound interest doubles itself in 10 years. When will it become fourfold of itself at the same rate of interest?**

(a) 15 years

(b) 20 years

(c) 24 years

(d) 40 years

**Q13. A sum of money invested at compound interest doubles itself in 6 years. At the same rate of interest it will amount to eight times of itself in:**

(a) 12 years

(b) 15 years

(c) 18 years

(d) 10 years

**Q14. A sum of money invested at compound interest amounts in 3 years to Rs. 2,400 and in 4 years to Rs. 2,520. The difference rate per annum is:**

(a) 5%

(b) 6%

(c) 10%

(d) 12%

**Q15. A sum becomes Rs. 4500 after two years and Rs. 6750 after four years at same compound interest. The sum is:**

(a) Rs. 4000

(b) Rs. 2500

(c) Rs. 3000

(d) Rs. 3050