**Hello, I have difficulty understanding part of the code of the following question:**

You want to invest capital 0 for n years at an annual interest rate of i%.

The relation is given by: = 0*(1 + )^.

Write a program giving you the amount earned, the interest ( = − 0) of your

investment, as well as the equivalent monthly interest rate under the database

provided. = (1 + )^(1/12) − 1.

**The following would be the answer:**

from math import *

C0 = float(input(‘Starting capital: ‘))

i = float(input("Annual interest rate: "))

i = i / 100

u = 1 + i

n = int(input("Number of years: "))

print(’’)

C = C0 * (u

**n)**

I = C - C0

im = u(1/12) - 1

I = C - C0

im = u

C = int(100 * C)/100

I = int(100 * I)/100

im = int(10000 * im)/100

print(‘Capital after’, n, ‘years:’, C, ‘€’)

print('Interest: ', I, ‘€’)

print("Monthly interest rate: ", im, ‘%’)

**The code I don’t understand is the following:**

I do not understand why this was written, what it means and how it affects the code:

C = int(100 * C)/100

I = int(100 * I)/100

im = int(10000 * im)/100

Many thanks for who can help me out!