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203 CE Civil Engineering Synthesis I Chapter 3 INTEREST AND EQUIVALENCE Tim Ellis, Ph.D., P.E. Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Iowa State University January 24, 2007 Instructional Objectives Be able to define the time value money. of Be able to define the concept of equivalence Be able to give the single payment formula for compound interest in mathematical and functional notation...

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203 CE Civil Engineering Synthesis I Chapter 3 INTEREST AND EQUIVALENCE Tim Ellis, Ph.D., P.E. Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Iowa State University January 24, 2007 Instructional Objectives Be able to define the time value money. of Be able to define the concept of equivalence Be able to give the single payment formula for compound interest in mathematical and functional no...

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