##### Program to find the simple interest

Here’s a C program that calculates the simple interest based on the principal amount, rate of interest, and time period:

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```#include
int main() {
// Declare variables
float principal, rate, time, simple_interest;
// Get input from user
printf("Enter principal amount: ");
scanf("%f", &principal);
printf("Enter rate of interest: ");
scanf("%f", &rate);
printf("Enter time in years: ");
scanf("%f", &time);
// Calculate simple interest
simple_interest = (principal * rate * time) / 100;
// Print simple interest
printf("Simple interest = %f\n", simple_interest);
return 0;
}

##### Output

This program first declares four variables:

`principal`

,`rate`

,`time`

, and`simple_interest`

. The`principal`

variable stores the principal amount, the`rate`

variable stores the rate of interest, the`time`

variable stores the time in years, and the`simple_interest`

variable stores the simple interest.The program then gets input from the user for the principal amount, the rate of interest, and the time in years.

The program then calculates the simple interest using the formula

`simple_interest = (principal * rate * time) / 100`

.The program then prints the simple interest to the console.

You can change the values of the variables in the program to calculate simple interest for different amounts, rates, and times.

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