# Simple Interest Using Python This Python program calculates the simple interest based on the principal amount, interest rate, and time period provided by the user. Simple interest is a basic financial concept that determines the additional amount of money earned or paid on top of the initial investment or loan amount.

## Algorithm:

1. Read the principal amount, interest rate, and time period from the user.
2. Calculate the simple interest using the formula: interest = (principal * rate * time) / 100.
3. Print the calculated simple interest.

### Python Program:

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# Input principal amount, interest rate, and time period
principal = float(input("Enter the principal amount: "))
rate = float(input("Enter the interest rate: "))
time = float(input("Enter the time period in years: "))

# Calculate simple interest
interest = (principal * rate * time) / 100

# Print the calculated simple interest
print("Simple Interest:", interest)

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### Input :

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Enter the principal amount: 1000
Enter the Interest Rate: 5
Enter the time periods in year : 2
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### Output :

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Simple Interest : 100.0
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In the above example, the user enters a principal amount of 1000, an interest rate of 5%, and a time period of 2 years. The program then calculates the simple interest as 100.0 and displays it as the output.