interest, Data Structure & Algorithms

I=PR/12
numbers of years : Interest Rate
up to 1 years : 5.50
Up to 5 years : 6.50
More than 5 year : 6.75
please design an algorithm based on the above information to calculate the interest earned by a customer.
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