MITESD_70Jf09_assn02_end_course

# MITESD_70Jf09_assn02_end_course - Officer(CFO of the...

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MIT OpenCourseWare http://ocw.mit.edu ESD.70J / 1.145J Engineering Economy Module Fall 2009 For information about citing these materials or our Terms of Use, visit: http://ocw.mit.edu/terms .

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ESD 70 Excel short course Fall 200 9 Prof. Richard de Neufville The Assignment has 2 parts: Part 1: 1. Modify the "self-assessment exercise" by making the deterministic demand and cost of operation as some variation of the values gives on posted version. (This is so that you can demonstrate that you can do the analysis with your own data.) Generate your final deterministic demand in year three using the RAND() function 2. Complete the exercise 3. Turn your results in as a short report that you would submit to the Chief Financial
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Unformatted text preview: Officer (CFO) of the company. That is, create some text to explain what you have done and what you recommend based on your numbers. Part 2: Please provide some thoughtful comments about which elements of this short course were most helpful to you, and what you might discard in favor of some other material. My colleagues and I would appreciate this feedback so that we can provide a better service next time. This is the fourth time we have tried this, and recognize we always have a lot to learn about the best way to do this. I expect this to be one or two paragraphs, but if you desire to write more, please do not feel limited. Thank you! Richard de Neufville...
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• Spring '04
• JieSun
• MIT OpenCourseWare, Chief financial officer, Engineering Economy Module, Prof. Richard de Neufville, deterministic demand, final deterministic demand

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