Answer :

Case 1: For money deposited in first bank


P = p, r = 6, t = 2 and I = ?


As we know,





Case 2: For money deposited in second bank


P = 10000 – p, r = 7, t = 2 and I = ?


As we know,




From question the total interest is Rs. 1280


1280 =


128000 = 12p + 140000 – 14p


2p = 140000 – 128000



Money deposited in Second bank = 10000 – p


= 10000 – 6000 = Rs. 4000


Hence, she deposited Rs. 6000 in first bank and Rs. 4000 in another bank.


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