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### CH8_103

Course: EIN 4354, Spring 2008
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University of Florida - EIN - 4354
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
14-8 50(20) +1000 = \$2000 1000(P/A, 2.94%,20) P= 1000 + 50(P/A, 2.94%,20) =1748.02 1000(F/P, 5%,20) = \$2653 Rate of Return = approx 2.9%14-10 P(F/P, I%, 5) 1(1+ .08^5) + 1.47% 1.47(1+.06)^5 =1.97 1.97-1.00 = .97 .97/10 = 9.7% =14-23 15% of the ca
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
HW 34-3.(a) Arithmetic Gradient present Find C. C= C (P/C, 10%, 4)(1 i) in i (1 i)2n1ni=.1 n= 4 C= 25 C(4.378) = 25(4.378) = \$109.45 (b) Find A P(A/P, 10%, 6) 500(.1771561/ .771561) = 500(.22961) = 114.8 = \$115 (c) Find F 25+ 25(a/G, 1
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
8.13PW of Benefit = (uniform annual benefit) (P/A, %, years) Alt A: PW of Cost = \$10,700 PW of Benefit = 2100 (P/A, 10%, 8) = 2100(5.335) = 11203.5 Alt B: PW of Cost = \$5500 (5500)(P/F, 10%,4) = 9256.5 PW of Benefit = 1800 (P/A, 10%, 8) = 1800(5.33
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
University of Florida - EIN - 4354
16-12 PW of Benefits / PW of Costs Gravity: PW of Costs = 2,800,000 +10,000(P/A, 8%, 40) PW of Benefit = 200,000(P/A, 8%, 40) + 50,000(P/A, 8%, 10) + 100,000(P/A, 8%, 30) + 15,000(P/A, 8%, 40) Pumping: PW of Costs = 1,400,000 + 200,000(P/A, 8%, 40) +
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