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rjdriver
12-18-2015, 10:47 PM
It has been way to long since I thought about this kind of math. So I was hoping someone here could help.
My question is, How do I figure out 100 * .13 to start and then take that answer and keep multiplying it by .13 and adding that to your previous answer. As in 100 than 113 then 128 (rounding) ...... I want to see what the value would be on the 125th time doing that.

Thank you

Subhotosh Khan
12-18-2015, 10:57 PM
It has been way to long since I thought about this kind of math. So I was hoping someone here could help.
My question is, How do I figure out 100 * .13 to start and then take that answer and keep multiplying it by .13 and adding that to your previous answer. As in 100 than 113 then 128 (rounding) ...... I want to see what the value would be on the 125th time doing that.

Thank you



100*(1+0.13)^125=431325798.9

rjdriver
12-18-2015, 11:10 PM
100*(1+0.13)^125=431325798.9




Thank you. I figured it was something like that but just could not put it all together. Thank you again.