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Spring 2003 Economic Analysis W241 Location and Time Engineering and Architecture Building, Room 716. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 8:40 am to 9:30 am Instructor & Teaching Assistant Dr. Soumitra Basu | Room 608 | 215-204-8723 | [email protected] | http://astro.temple.edu/~soumi/ T.A. Jerry | [email protected] Textbook Engineering Economic Analysis, 8 th ed, by D.G. Newman and J. P. Lavalle, Engineering Press, 2000 Prerequisites Math C086 – Calculus 1 & Physics C087 – Elementary Classical Physics Syllabus and schedule (“CLO” refers to ABET C ourse L earning O bjectives) Link to Academic Calendar Link to Writing Center Students are required to follow “the writing process (see the writing center link above) and avail themselves of the writing center resources as needed Students are also required to use Excel spreadsheets in the course. “Hands on” tutorials will be
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Unformatted text preview: provided in the beginning of the semester” Week 1 - 3 Interest and Time Value of Money (CLO 1) Depreciation (CLO 2) Present Worth and Annual Cash Flow (CLO 1,4) Week 4 - 6 Rate of Return (CLO 1,4) Income Taxes (CLO 2) Inflation (CLO 3) Week 7 - 9 Incremental Analysis (CLO 3,4,5) Benefit Cost Ratio (CLO 3,4,5) Replacement Analysis (CLO 6) Week 10 - 13 Evaluate Independent Projects (CLO 4,5) Grading: Evaluation will be based on: • Assignments [40%] o Numerical problems will be assigned every week. • A mid-term exam [30%] o The mid-term exam will be a “in class” exam, to be held after 6 weeks of classes, and will consist of one or more numerical problems. • A final exam [30%]...
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