Doubling Time With Continuous Compounding

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If you put money in a saving account that yields {{pc.InterestRate != null ? pc.InterestRate : 0}}% a year, compounded monthly, you will double your money in

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Assuming there are no additional deposits, fees, withdrawals, or other interferences.


Let's take a look at the Doubling Time Formula:

T = log(2) / log (1 + r)

where r is the Interest Rate and T is the Doubling Time


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