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## Fund Eng Econ Ch7

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Note: symbol convention---the symbol i* represents the breakeven interest rate that makes the pw of the project equal to zero. The symbol irr represent

View Document## Ie3302 Syllabus S16

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Office & hours: pft 2519a 8:30-9:20am, m w f. Catalog data: 3302 (3) prereq: math 1552 and phys 2102 or csc 2259. Probability, discrete and continuous

View Document## Fund Eng Econ Ch2

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I = ipn = (0. 09)(,000)(5) = ,350: simple interest: 12. 5 years (or 13 years: compound interest, simple interest: F = ,000( f / p,10%,2) = ,000(1. 21)

View Document## Fund Eng Econ Ch6

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This is a good investment. (a) (b) (c) Given: i = ,000, s = ,000, n = 5 years, i = The amount of additional funds should be ,301. ,10%,5) , 780: option

View Document## Fund Eng Econ Ch9

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9. 3: 4, 2, 10, 3, 7, 9, incremental cost. The outsourcing option would cost . 78 more for each unit. Note that the fixed cost of ,000 (or sh. 20 per u

View Document## Fund Eng Econ Ch10

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,10%, 6) 0. 1(5, 000) 3, 300 (a) project cash flows based on most-likely estimates: 10. 3) (a) project"s irr if the investment is made now: , ,5) 0 (b)

View Document## IE3201 Fall 2017

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Planning economy studies for decision making, including considerations of rate of return, cost and yield studies, depreciation and tax relationships, i

View Document## Fund Eng Econ Ch3

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3. 1) (a) r = 1. 5% 12 = 18% (b) 1 19. 56: nominal interest rate: r = 0. 95% 12 11. 40: effective annual interest rate: ai = + (1 0. 0095) Solve by exc

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