Compound Interest
 1) What is the purpose of the 'input()' function used in this program? To declare variables in the program. To print the output to the console. To accept user input from the console. To convert an integer to a string.

 2) What does the variable 'n' represent in this program? The interest earned. The number of years. The annual interest rate. The principal amount.

 3) What does the variable 'r' represent in this program? The annual interest rate. The number of years. The principal amount. The interest earned.

 4) What does the variable 'y' represent in this program? The interest earned. The number of years. The annual interest rate. The principal amount.

 5) What is the purpose of the 'range()' function used in this program? To define a loop with a specific number of iterations. To convert a string to an integer. To calculate the interest earned. To accept user input from the console.

 6) What type of interest calculation is being used in this program? Annual interest. Continuous interest. Simple interest. Compound interest.

 7) What does the expression 'n*r/100' represent in this program? The interest earned in one year. The number of years. The annual interest rate. The total amount earned.

 8) What is the output of this program? The interest earned in the first year. The interest earned in the last year. The average interest earned per year. The total amount earned after 'y' years.

 9) How many times is the loop executed in this program? 'r' times. 'y' times. 'i' times. 'n' times.

 10) What is the data type of the variable 'n' in this program? Integer. String. Boolean. Float.