JSC Math Note 2nd Chapter Compound Profit. In everyday life, everyone is involved in trading and trading. Someone invests money by investing in industrial establishments and sells the products of the commodity to the pacers in the market. Again, vendors sell their purchased products to retail traders in the market. Eventually, retail traders sell their purchased products to general buyers. Everyone wants profit or profit at every level. But due to different reasons, losses or losses may occur. For example, if there is profit in the stock market, There is also lost due to depression. Again, we keep deposits in the money bank for security. The bank gets profits or profits by investing in the money market and the bank also gives profits to the depositors. So everyone should have an idea about investment and profits. Profit-loss and special profit are discussed in this chapter.
A trader sets the actual cost by adding rent, transportation costs, and other accessory products to the purchase price of the product. This is called real investment. This investment is considered as a purchase price for profit or loss. And the price at which the product is sold is the sale price. If the sale price is higher than the purchase price, profit or profit is higher. If the selling price is lower than the purchase price, The damage is either. If the value of the purchase price is equal then the profit or loss is not the same. Profit or loss. The purchase price is calculated. When the bank deposits the bank, the bank makes a profit from the money, business, housing, and other loans. The bank gives some money to the depositor from there. This is the profit or dividend received by the depositor.
In the case of compounding profit, by the end of each year, profit with capital is added to new capital. If a depositor deposits 1000 rupees in a bank and the bank gives him 12% annual profit, he will get a profit of 1000 rupees annually.
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