Analysis of alternatives homework problem
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Analysis of alternatives homework problem

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From: Barr, Dan Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 11:26 AM To: ClementsNS; CooperEP; JengW; JohnsonCB; PuvogelJB; ShealyMR; SmitDJ; WrightJL; YorkMR Cc: 'Dale, Vincent C NGIC' Subject: Analysis of alternatives homework problem Class, Below is the problem I told you about in class today. It was provided by Vincent Dale who I work with at the Army NGIC (Thanks Vince!). He has given a detailed background and the...

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Barr, From: Dan Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 11:26 AM To: ClementsNS; CooperEP; JengW; JohnsonCB; PuvogelJB; ShealyMR; SmitDJ; WrightJL; YorkMR Cc: 'Dale, Vincent C NGIC' Subject: Analysis of alternatives homework problem Class, Below is the problem I told you about in class today. It was provided by Vincent Dale who I work with at the Army NGIC (Thanks Vince!). He has given a detailed background and the thought process for solving the problem. Please use the techniques taught in the last to class to answer the question posed and post your solution to your "homework file" by next Thursday's class. COL Barr Dan Barr, Ph.D., P.E. Colonel, USAR Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering VMI, Lexington VA 24450 Email: barr@vmi.edu Phone: 540-464-7236 FAX: 540-464-7662 -----Original Message----- From: Dale, Vincent C NGIC [mailto:frdalvc@ngic.army.mil] Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 7:34 AM To: 'Barr, Dan' Subject: Example: financing Dan: Here an is example for your class. You are buying a 2003 Jeep Liberty and need to choose between two alternatives. One option is to pay $22691.88 and finace at 0% for three years or reject the 0% financing and get $1000.00 cash back. If you take the cash back you are paying $21691.88 for the vehicle. One way of comparing these two alternatives is to recognize that the 0% financing deal is a misnomer. The option you have is to pay $1000.00 more for the vehicle and get 0% financing or to pay cash and get the vehicle for $21691.88. In effect the extra $1000.00 ...

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