Prelim #2 CEE 323
14 March 2007
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_Net ID_
Circle Section: _10 (206)_10(306)_11_
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i,
Prelim #2 CEE 323
12 March 2008
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_
Section: TA and Time:
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. Please use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the actua
Prelim #2 CEE 323
12 March 2008
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_
Section: TA and Time:
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. Please use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the actua
Prelim #2 CEE 323
16 March 2005
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_
Circle Section: 9 10
11
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the ac
Prelim #2 CEE 323
15 March 2006
Open book
1/3 pages
Name:_
Circle Section: 9
10 (306)
10 (320)
11
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) in
Prelim #2 CEE 323
17 March 2004
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_Net ID_
Circle Section: _10_11_
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of
CEE 3230: Homework Assignment #6 Short Solutions
12-8
Set NPW=0, solve for IRR
8000 = 0.1*(10,000)*(1-0.35)*(P/A,i,5) + 10,000(P/F,i,5)-(10,000-8,000)*(0.15)
->solve for i~11.5%
The last term on the RHS is the capital gains tax, which many students forgot
Prelim #1 CEE 323
22 February 2012
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations are
requested. Please use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the actual factor (e.g., (1+
Prelim #1 CEE 323
20 February 2008
Open book
1/3 pages
Name:_
Section: TA and Time:
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. Please use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the ac
Practice Prelim #1 CEE 323
Note: assume MARR = 5% unless told otherwise
1. (30 or 35% of exam) You have two alternative ways of getting a job done. One way
involves investing in machine A that costs $12,500 and has annual end-of-year
maintenance costs of
Prelim #1 CEE 323
21 February 2007
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_Net ID_
Circle Section: _10 (206)_10(306)_11_
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F,
Practice Prelim #1 with answers
CEE 323
Note: assume MARR = 5% unless told otherwise
1. (30 or 35% of exam) You have two alternative ways of getting a job done. One way
involves investing in machine A that costs $12,500 and has annual end-of-year
maintena
Prelim #1 CEE 323
21 February 2007
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_Net ID_
Circle Section: _10 (206)_10(306)_11_
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F,
Prelim #1 CEE 323
22 February 2006
Open book
1/3 pages
Name:_
Please Circle Section:
9
10-(HO 306) 10-(HO 320)
11
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g.
Prelim #1 CEE 323
23 February 2005
Open book
1/3 pages
Name:_
Circle Section:
9
10
11
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. You may use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the
Prelim #2 CEE 323
4 March 2009
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_
Section Time:
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical calculations
are requested. Please use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the actual factor
Prelim #2 CEE 3230
16 March 2011
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_
Note: No numerical calculations are requested. Please use the factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of
the actual factor (e.g., (1+i) -n). Hint: Do not refer to you book or notes until you h
Prelim #2 Practice CEE 3230 ANSWERS
April 2010
1. Consider two mutually exclusive investment alternatives. A: You can invest $1000 and get
$1100 a year later, or B: you can invest $900 and get $990 a year later. Your MARR is a
nominal 5% per year.
Note: t
Cost Estimation
CEE 3230 Engineering
Economics and Management
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
What Makes Economic Decisions
Difficult?
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Estimating a Required
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Forecasting a product
demand
Estimating a selling price
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Engineering Economics & Management CEE 3230
COURSE SCHEDULE
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Topics
Introduction: engineers as
decision makers
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Indicates additional material (in t
Understanding Industry Structures
Material from http:/www.economicsonline.co.uk/
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Competitive Markets
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A sufficient number of buyers and sellers of the
good exist so that no single buyer or seller
has an
Engineering Economics & Management CEE 3230 Spring 2016
Crosslist as: ENGRG 3230, Credits: 3
Professor: Ricardo A Daziano
Due date: Friday February 19 by midnight.
Homework 1
Learning outcomes: Unit 1 (Chapter 2 Textbook) and Unit 2 (Chapte
Prelim # 3
CEE 323
20 April 2005 Open book
2 pages
NAME_
Section 9 10 11
_
Show how to answer each question using factor notation as appropriate. For all
problems below, assume your combined income tax rate is 30% per year, your nominal
before-tax MARR is
Prelim # 3
CEE 323
20 April 2008 Open book
2 pages
NAME_
Section Time and TA
_
Show how to answer each question using factor notation as appropriate. For all
problems below, assume your combined federal, state and local income tax rate is 35%
per year, yo
Prelim # 3
CEE 323
20 April 2008 Open book
2 pages
NAME_
Section Time and TA
_
Show how to answer each question using factor notation as appropriate. For all
problems below, assume your combined federal, state and local income tax rate is 35%
per year, yo
Prelim #3 CEE 323
9 April 2003
Open book
1/2 pages
Name:_
Circle Section: _9_10_11_
Suggestion: Do not refer to you book or notes until you have done your best to answer all the
questions. It takes too much time. And think a minute before writing! Use ext
Prelim #3 CEE 323
18 April 2007
Open book
1/3 pages
Name:_Section TA: _
Note: You need only show how to solve the following questions. No numerical
calculations are requested. Use factor notation (e.g., (P|F, i, n) instead of the actual
-n
factor (e.g., (