Student Name & UTEID ME353 Engineering Finance key Second Midterm Exam Closed Book 1. (12 Points) In each case, write the formula that makes the cash flow on the left equivalent to the cash flow on th
Homework 1 Week 1: Lessons 1 and 2 Name Date
Problem P1.1 P1.2 P1.3 P1.4 P1.5 Total
Max. Score 20 20 20 20 20 100
Grade 0 0 0 0 0 0
Work your problems on the pages of this workbook. Put your answers i
Event 2 Life-Cycle Cash Flow Estimates: Key Costs are assumed positive for the computations. Net incomes show as negative numbers (red numbers) on this page. Use 0% for the interest rate. Questions: I
Event 11: Project Updates
During the class meeting, we will divide the students into pairs. Each pair will consist of a data source and a recorder. The first problem is described by the fictional futu
Student Name _ ME353 Engineering Finance key First Midterm Exam Closed Book 1. (12 Points) a. In a certain year a company makes a profit. This is called the net income for the year. The company may al
Student Name _ ME353 Engineering Finance key First Midterm Exam Open Book You may use Excel, the ME353 website, the Excel add-ins and the course textbook. You may not use the Blackboard class site. Yo
Student Name & UTEID ME353 Engineering Finance key Second Midterm Exam Open Book You may use Excel, the ME353 website, the Excel add-ins and the course textbook. You may not use the Blackboard class s
Homework 10B Project Scheduling
The figures below show the model for P1-P5 of homework 10B.
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P1 Find the critical path without regard for resource conflicts. What is the earliest time the project can
Homework 10A key Project Scheduling
The model for P1 through P6 is shown below in two parts. The number 8 in cell I24 is computed by the program and is the number of predecessors.
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P1 Find the critic
Event 10: Project Scheduling key
The purpose of this event is to illustrate the basic ideas of project scheduling and to instruct the students on the use of the Project Management add-in. In the Defin
Homework 2 Week 2: Lessons 3 and 4 P1: Construct a worksheet with the Estimate add-in and include it in this workbook. Find the project budget for each management team and the total cost of the projec
Event 3 Estimation 1. Learning Effect It is often true that workers become more efficient with the number of repetitions of a job. For example, let's say a tree trimmer takes 8 hours to trim a single
Homework 3 Key P1 P2 Find the CPI for the 1st half of 2006 Source: http:/www.bls.gov/cpi/ The following data comes from: http:/www.airlines.org/econ/d.aspx?nid=9336 200.6
Use the data to derive a cost
Event 4 Project Cost Estimation with Risk 1. A project to design and install an assembly line has the WBS below. We are uncertain about the WP costs of the project. The managers for the various tasks
Homework 4 Key P1.
a.
Find the mean and variance for the cost for each team.
Summary Level 2 Index 0 1 2 3 4 5
Description Well Slab Pump Fluid Electricity Finish
Mean 0 4160 1280 3840 1760 0
Var. 0 1
Event 5 Equivalence Factors Lessons 9, 10, and 11
(F/P, i, N) (P/F, i, N) (A/F, i, N) Single payment compound amount factor Single payment present worth factor Sinking Fund factor Moves a single payme
Event 6 Net Worth Approach key Lessons 12 and 13
Pedro's Tree Trimming Business Revisited We now return to Pedro who is thinking of starting a treetrimming service. He will run the service for five y
Homework 6: Net Worth Evaluations key 1. (15 Points) A businessman is considering purchasing a delivery truck. He does not now provide delivery service. He feels that the service will bring in additio
Event 7 Rate of Return Lessons 14 and 15
Methods for Comparing Projects Present Worth Method: Select a study period, usually the least common multiple of the lives. Find the NPW of each alternative ov
Homework 7 Rate of Return
For these problems, when the problem asks for a formula, show the formula with equivalency factors (i.e. (P/A, i, N) using numerical values for i and N). Evaluate the formula