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December 13th, 2018, 05:25 AM   #11
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Hello sir
How it is solved
how the power are transferred

(1+r/12)^6×5662=5774

(1+r/12)^6=5774/5662

1+r/12=(5774/5662)^1/6
WHAT are you asking: how to solve that for r?
It would help if you posted in proper English...ok?
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December 13th, 2018, 05:56 AM   #12
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((1 + r/12)^6)^(1/6) = (1 + r/12)^(6*1/6) = (1 + r/12)^1 = (1 + r/12)

(That's how exponents work, provided that 1 + r/12 > 0.)

A calculator would be needed to evaluate (approximately) (5774/5662)^1/6.
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