University of Nevada Las Vegas EGG 307: ENGINEERING ECONOMICS Third Midterm Exam (Closed Book/Notes)
PRACTICE EXAM Duration: 75 minutes
Instructions: Please attempt all four questions using both sides of the exam paper provided. Read the questions

EGG 307: Engineering Economics: Solution to Homework No. 6
Homework Problems: Chapter 5 Problem: 5-34 Chapter 6 Problems: 6-4; 6-47; 6-55.
Spring 2009
Notes: (1) For Problem 5-34, use the trial-and-error method to compute the IRR. (2) For Problem 6

EGG 307: First Midterm Exam (Sample solutions)
Problem 1 Solution: (a) Let P = Unit price of the filters Total cost, TC = $90,000 + 80x6,000 + 0.3Px6,000; Total revenue, TR = $Px6,000 For a 40% profit, TR = 1.4 TC , i.e., 6,000P = 1.4(90,000 + 80x6,0

University of Nevada Las Vegas EGG 307: ENGINEERING ECONOMICS Sample Exam No. 1 (Closed Book/Notes 2 pages of formulae allowed)
Duration: 75 minutes
Instructions: Please attempt all four questions using both sides of the exam paper provided. Read

University of Nevada Las Vegas EGG 307: ENGINEERING ECONOMICS Second Midterm Exam (Closed Book/Notes) Name:
PRACTICE EXAM Duration: 75 minutes
Instructions: Please attempt all four questions using both sides of the exam paper provided. Read the que

EGG 307: Engineering Economics
Homework No. 2: Due Wednesday 1/28/09 Problems: 2-14; 2-16. Problems: 4-8, 4-10; 4-15, 4-18, 4-19.
Spring 2009
Notes: (1) For Problem 2-14, answer the following additional questions: (c) What is the maximum amount of

EGG 307: Engineering Economics Homework No. 3 Solutions
Spring 2009
Problems: 4-27; 4-37; 4-39; 4-42; 4-57; 4-59; 4-64; 4-69; 4-71. Notes: (1) For Problem 4-59, answer only parts (a) and (b). (2) For Problem 4-64:.Hint: The annual payments A1 for

EGG 307: Engineering Economics Sample solutions to Homework No. 4: Problems: 4-74; 4-81; 4-85; 4-96.
Spring 2009
Notes: 1. For Problem 4-74 Additional question: Repeat the problem for the following modified cash flows with the same 1st and 2nd year

EGG 307: Engineering Economics - Homework No. 5 Solutions
Problems: 4-102; 4-105; 4-111; 4-119; 4-122.
Spring 2009
Notes: 1. APR stands for "annual percentage rating", which another term for the annual interest rate. 2. For Problem 4-119 Additional

EGG 307: Engineering Economics Homework No. 7 Solution
Spring 2009
Problem Two mutually exclusive water purification systems are being considered for installation in a village in a developing country. The systems have estimated cash flows summarize

EGG 307: Engineering Economics
Homework No. 9: Solutions Review the lecture notes and examples on depreciation and tax analysis and attempt the following two problems. Chapter 7 Problems 7-8 and 7-15 Notes: (1) For Problem 7-8(b) use the regular 200%

EGG 307: Engineering Economics
Homework No. 10: Sample Solutions. Q1.
Calculate and compare the PW value of the two alternatives Alternative A: Cash flows are in "actual dollars", therefore calculate PW based on the "market" interest rate, ic = ir +