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Unformatted text preview: IE 430: ECONOMIC FOUNDATIONS OF QS Final Exam Prep Guide Prof. R. Nagi Comprehensive: Topics 1 through 12 (See CT column in course schedule) Iii-class, two-hour exam. Present your work and steps clearly for partial credit. Make appropriate assumptions where necessary — do mention them. No questions and no extra time, please. Basic Guidelines 1. Number of Questions: 4 total 2 multi-part, short-answer or calculation-oriented questions. 2 quantitative (calculation-oriented, may also include small parts). . Closed book, closed notes . No cheat sheet. vii-03M . Any other formulas will be provided or they will be so basic that you need to know them 5. Bring a scientific calculator (please do not program anything, no graphical functions) 6. Bring pen, pencil; Exam will be attempted on the question sheet itself. Most questions will be drawn from the following: 1. Use of series, factors in worth/equivalence calculations . Use of effective interest rate in worth/equivalence calculations . Payback period, discounted payback period, and present worth calculations . Unit cost or profit calculations . Annual worth calculations and costing 2 3 4 5 6. Economic life of an equipment 7. Development of after tax cash flow: Depreciation (SL, SOYD or DDB) + Taxation 8. Simple, non-simple, pure and mixed investments in Rate of Return Chapter 9 . Inflation and its impact on project analysis 10. Economic life of an asset 11. Defender-Challenger replacement under infinite and finite life ...
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