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Click to edit Master subtitle style Class 8 – Geometric Gradients ISE 2014 Fall 2010
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Announcements If you have an official conflict with exam 1 on Tuesday Sept. 28th from 7:00-8:30, you need to let me know by next Wednesday the 22nd The alternate time for those with conflicts will be earlier in the afternoon If you have an official conflict with the alternate, let me know and we’ll schedule you on an individual basis
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Announcements Homework 1 and 2 are graded and posted on Scholar, and are available for pick-up at the TA office during office hours Homework 3 due today at noon Homework 4 posted on scholar
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Geometric Gradients First lets visualize what kind of problem we’re dealing with…
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Properties of Geometric Cash payments on consecutive periods Cash payments are increasing or decreasing each period by a rate (example 4%) This is different from the uniform gradients we learned Monday, which increase or decrease by a constant value
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Geometric Gradients We call the growth rate f f = growth of the size of cash flows
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