600 is put in a bank. after a year the money has increased by 8% how much

£600 is put in a bank. after a year the money has increased by 8% how much is now in the bank

2 months ago

Solution 1

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2 months ago
Increased = 8% x £600 = 0.08 x 600 = £48

Money in the bank now = £600 + £48 = £648


Answer: £648

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