# Financial Algebra - Simple Interest Task Cards

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1. OVER 20% DISCOUNT!OVERVIEW:This bundle includes 14 sets of task cards, a card sort, a puzzle, and a foldable that cover topics during semester 1 of Financial Algebra. These topics include paycheck deductions, overtime pay, employee benefits, compound interest, simple interest, cell phone bills using
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The 40 task cards included in this collection are designed to give your students practice with Simple Interest Formula I = prt. Questions focus on calculating each of the unknowns in the formula when given information. These task cards correlate with Unit 3 in the Financial Algebra 2 course described in this Chalkbeat article & website.

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10 Task Cards Calculating the Interest These task cards include problems such as… Kristal deposits \$810 in an account that pays 2.07% simple interest. She keeps the money in the account for 5 months. During that time she makes no deposits or withdrawals. How much interest will she receive?

6 Task Cards Calculating the Account Balance These task cards include problems such as… Kristal deposits \$810 in an account that pays 2.07% simple interest. She keeps the money in the account for 5 months. During that time she makes no deposits or withdrawals. What is the current account balance?

4 Task Cards Calculating the Principal These task cards include problems such as… How much principal would you have to deposit to earn \$50 simple interest in two years at a rate of 6%?

10 Task Cards Calculating the Time These task cards include problems such as… Emma deposits \$100 into her savings account with a simple interest rate of 3.75%. How long will it take for her to double the amount in her account?

10 Task Cards Calculating the Simple Interest Rate These task cards include problems such as… Karlie deposits \$15,000 into her savings account. She wants to have \$45,000 in her account so she can buy a car in 7 years. What simple interest rate would she need?

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