e120midterm_sum2009

e120midterm_sum2009 - E 120: Principles of Engineering...

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E 120: Principles of Engineering Economics Midterm Exam July 27, 2009 Professor Ilan Adler Name: __________________________________________ (please print) SID: __________________________________________ Unless explicitly specified, assume the usual model of an existence of a bank in which one can borrow/deposit unlimited amounts for a fixed positive rate. Clearly state all the mathematical expressions that are needed to solve the problems. No credit will be given to numerical answers without the proper setup. You can use formulas developed in class or specified in the textbook but no quotes from any sources (including homework and exercise from the textbook) are allowed. Answer each of the following questions in the space provided. If you need more space to show major computations you performed to obtain your answer for a particular problem, use the back of the preceding page. Present your work in an organized and neat fashion. Good luck! Problem 1 (35) 2 (35) 3 (30) Total (100) Score
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Problem 1 (35 points) You as a financial manager of a corporation find two investment options for the company. Both
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2011 for the course ENGR 120 taught by Professor Alder during the Summer '11 term at Berkeley.

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