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engineering economics . Question 1 (10 points) Calculate the discounted payback period to recover an investment of \$245,000 in enhanced CNC controls that include axis control to 8 axes (on the milling model) if the associated income is \$92,000 per year, expenses are \$38,000 per year. Use a MARR of 15% per year. 8.17 13.15 07.14 5.25 Question 2 (5 points) A company that manufactures pulse Doppler insertion flow meters uses the straight line method for book depreciation purposes. Newly-acquired equipment has a first cost of \$180,000 with 4-year life and \$20,000 salvage value. Determine the book value for year three. \$70,000 O \$80,000 \$50,000 O \$60,000 Question 3 (10 points) To improve package tracking at a UPS transfer facility, conveyor equipment was upgraded with RFID sensors at a cost of \$60,000. The future market values are expected to decrease by 20% per year. The operating cost is expected to be \$5,000 in year 1 with increases of \$3,000 per year thereafter. At an interest rate of 10% per year, determine the economic service life of the sensor if the maximum life is 6 years. 6 years O 3 years O4 years 1 year

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