Most people are used to a spreadsheet approach when it comes to interest related calculations. Such an approach has a line (row) for each year and or month. To fill out the table we use controllers and a button. contains a simpler approach with a few variables and results in the same row. The spreadsheet alike approach 1 €1,000.00 5% 1.05 €1,050.00 2 €1,000.00 5% 1.10 €1,102.50 3 €1,000.00 5% 1.16 €1,157.63 4 €1,000.00 5% 1.22 €1,215.51 5 €1,000.00 5% 1.28 €1,276.28
There are no rows in this table
The multiplier is not needed as separate column, but the number show (certainly when you test with a round number for amount like 1000 Euro) is a number that you see back in the last column. The part below shows a bit how a spreadsheet approach in Coda makes it unnecessary difficult (in my opinion).
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