# Saving account scenarios

**Different interest rates.**

This example shows what will happen to our saving account from the previous example, under different interest rate. Interest rate are ranging from 0 to 20 - we want to see the end balance in each case, and a plot of the balance.

The solution is based on the last solution with the addition of another table. The table have the following columns:

**interest**: has the formula**=range 0 to 20**. Responsible to generate the range of different interest rates**tables**: has the formula:**=Table2(intrest:=interest).**this formula instantiates the table from the previous example, and replace the interest rate with a different interest rate for each row.**big_plot**: has the formula**=collect(tables.p) -**collects the balance plot from each instantiated table to display the balances under different interest-rate scenarios in one plot.**end_balance**collects the end balance of each scenarios to be displayed.

*Screenshot: different interest rate scenarios.*

You can see the a chart showing the balances under different interest rate scenarios, by clicking on the "multi plot" icon in the previous screenshot. This chart is featured in the next screenshot.

*balances under different interest rate scenarios*

You can also see a table showing the balances for a specific scenario, by clicking on of the table icon at column "

**tables**" , the following screenshot shows the table for interest rate=0.

*Screenshot: table for interest rate=0*

**The source code**

Following is the source code for this example. To use it in your copy of NumericBase, copy and paste it in the View Source window.

table Table2{//based on the previous example
balance:=(prev+investment)*(1+interest/100)!
investment:=1000!
year:=range 1 to term!
interest:=10!
term:=10!
p:=plot(year,balance)!
}
table speculate{//adding the interest-rate scenario
interest:=range 0 to 20 step 2!
tables:=Table2(interest:=interest)!
big_plot:=collect(tables.p)!
end_balance:=tables.balance[10]!
}
optimized(60,60) result(speculate);
optimized(32,44) result(speculate[1].tables);

*Listing: source code of the Saving account scenarios example*

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