A method of calculating interest on a loan or investment based only on the original principal amount, without taking into account any compounding or additional interest over time. Calculated as the product of the principal amount, the interest rate, and the time period, typically expressed as a fraction of a year. Commonly used in finance, economics, and personal finance to determine the cost or earnings of a loan or investment. View Solution Guide

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