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Principles of Economics
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If you receive $500 in simple interest on a loan that you made for $10,000 for five years, what was the interest rate you charged?

Interest rate is obtained as 1%

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Step 1: Concept introduction

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Step 2: Calculation 

The interest rate charged is 1 percent.

Simple Interest = Principal Rate Time

Interest amount = $ 500

Time period = 5 year

Principal amount = $10,000

Interest Rate = ?

Interest rate =

Interest rate =

Interest rate = 1%

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