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# HW04 - Answer Key - CE222/CEM 201 Homework#4(Date Sherif...

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CE222/CEM 201 Homework #4 (Date) Sherif Attallah 1/2 CE 222/CEM 201 – Life Cycle Engineering and Management of Constructed Facilities HOMEWORK 4 (total points – 20) (Project Funding and Equipment Ownership) Place the course number (CE 222/CEM 201) in the upper left corner and your name in the upper right corner of every page. The assignment number should appear in the center box on every page. If the assignment requires more than one page, indicate this in the upper far right corner (1/3, 2/3, 3/3). If you opt to submit the file using Blackboard, the name of the uploaded pdf file on Blackboard should begin with your Blackboard user name and end with HW# connecting these two items with underscore (_) (e.g., hubocai_HW4.pdf). Assigned: Friday, March 7, 2014 Due: Friday, March 14, 2014 (to be uploaded on Blackboard no later than 3:30 p.m. or submitted in class no later than 3:40 p.m.) Grade: ___________________ Name: _____________________________________ Homework 4 Learning Objectives : At the end of this assignment, students should be able to: Conduct PERT analysis. Calculate effective interest rate based on the nominal interest rate and the compounding terms. Calculate cash flow equivalence. Determine the worthiness of investments. Homework 4 Grading Criteria : Excellent (95-100%) Satisfactory (75%-95%) Unsatisfactory (below 75%) Computations (16 points + points) Calculations shown and fully explained – neatly and logically Minor errors in calculation, steps in

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