cee167-sp10-mt2-Cassidy-exam

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/ 3 . Do not look at the other exam pages and do not start to work yet . Wait until all students have an exam in hand and Kristen says you may proceed. S . Write your name in the upper right comer of pages X through XX. Read the exam all the way through before starting to write answers to questions. Pace yourself so you get to answer all questions. Partial credit will be given- show your work ! 6. To receive full credit, your work must be neat , orderly, and easy to follow . Think before writing so as to make your points directly and concisely. State all assumptions . 7. Any answer requiring a calculation or rational process must show the method of arriving at the answer . The answer alone is not sufficient . 9 . t fyou do not have enough space for answering a question where space is provided , please continue on the back side of the page you were writing on . Write that you are doing so next to the question. 10. If you find it more convenient to take the staple out from this packet , go ahead and do so . When you turn in your exam, put all pages back in order and staple them back together (a stapler will be available) . 11. In case you have questions for clarification you may ask Kristen or William privately. Raise your hand to call their attention ; do not get up! 12. This quiz consists of pages X through XX, there are six (6) main problems and they have several parts. The total point value is 100. It is your responsibility to check that all pages are included and turned in, in the proper order and stapled together .
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1f . , L j CE 167: Engineering Project Management Spring 201 °NAME : Kctn ~ (a \f1I \ \ it WO\ ' ~ Problem 1 (10 points): Bonds The City of Berkeley wants to build an addition to Berkeley City College. To fund the project, they have decided to offer bonds. The project is expected to cost $20 million. The city would like to fund 75% of the project with bonds. The city plans to selL15 _ , i lilQ 1 2ondsof equal value. r . ~ ~~ ~ 1.2. The bond rate is 8%, and the bonds will have quarterly coupons. The ci t y plans to build the project in 2020, so they elect to sell bonds that mature in 10 _ :Z ~~t:s.The citizens of Berkeley are very con1mitted to education, so all of the bonds sell within a month of being put on the market. Assuming the city has a U -m i llion a!"l:E. : tJ.~ l ~ _ ~ ~~et to pay their b ~ nd _ ho1 g ers . ,can they afford the payout each year (6 points)? - ----- g1. ~ j'Z1 u p B ( QV 1( 1f(t f IY) <-- - ?, ) A ~ I O OO ( (~} ~ 60 0 f - L ...- . ~ ' -- 1 5 J 0 00 hoicf e-rs ""'- I 2 ) ~ . J 000 7 I J ooo -- J oG -' o V - I ho 1 dU- ~ec v ( \ hOJ th e;~ ( C A nn ot C if~rJ P~j~ eCf~ / /
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CE 167: Engineering Project Management Spring 2010 NAM E : \ (ClY\ 1~(f i W\\A yYO'~ Problem 2 (15 points): Benefit Cost Analysis Podunk University is considering adding a new science laboratory to their campus. They consider the following projects : Laboratory A Laboratory B Initial Cost $70 million $68 million Annual Operating $3 million $5 million
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