HW#2
ISE 226 Spring 2015
Solve the following problems and submit your solutions in class. For full
credit, please show all steps.
1) Pace Automation Corporation in Cookeville, Tennessee must choose the better economical
alternative between the two listed
ISE 226 Spring 2015
HW#3 (10 questions)
Please solve the problems below. Draw a cash flow diagram and show how you reached the result as
appropriate.
1) Given the cash flow table below, the value of X may be determined by the equation in
_, if the interes
ISE 226
Spring 2016
Homework Set #8
Please solve the following problems from the textbook:
Please solve the following problems from the attached pdf document:
11-7 (acd), 11, 21 (use tables, ignore SOYD), 53, 55
12-45, 48
Solutions:
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12-45
$2320
Note tha
ISE 226
Spring 2014
Homework Set #6
Please solve the following problems:
1) You bought a $1,000 corporate bond for $900 three years ago.
It is paying $30 in coupon payments at end of every six months, and it will mature in 4 more
years.
a) What is the cou
ISE 226
Spring 2014
Homework Set #5
Please solve the following problems from the textbook:
6-12, 29, 36, 42, 52, 53
7-35, 44, 55, 75, 81
Solutions:
OR USING EUAW,
Write the equation,
$67,000 = ($300,000-$20,000)(A/P, i, 10) + $20,000*i - $3000 - $600(A/G,
IE 226
Spring 2013
Homework Set #4
Please solve the following problems from the textbook:
4-68, 4-74, 4-89, 4-99, 4-104, 4-113, 4-118,
5-19, 5-39, 5-45, 5-57, 5-73, 5-83
Solutions:
IE 226
Spring 2013
Homework Set #2
Please solve the following 10 problems from the textbook:
1-55, 1-62, 1-66, 2-7, 2-10, 2-11, 2-12, 2-13, 2-20, 2-36
Solutions:
This problem is little hard to understand what is asked well explained answers that may not h
HW#2
ISE 226 Spring 2016 Solutions
Solve the following problems and submit your solutions in class. For full
credit, please show all steps.
1) Pace Automation Corporation in Cookeville, Tennessee must choose the better economical
alternative between the t
ISE 226 Spring 2016
HW#4
Please solve the problems below. Draw a cash flow diagram and show how you reached the result as
appropriate.
1) The effective interest rate of 6% interest rate compounded quarterly is:
A) 6.09% B) 6.14% C) 6.34% D) 6.32%.
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HW4
ReginaFarren
2/11/2014
1.
a. F=P(1+in)2=(1+.05n)n=20periods
b. F=P(1+i)^n2=1(1+.05)^nn=(ln2)/(ln1.05)=14.2periods
c. Continuouscompounding:
F=Pe^(rn)2=e^(.05n)
N=.231=23.1years
2
F=2,000,000
N=7
R=8%
a. 2,000,000=P(1+.08*7)
p=$1,282,051.282
b. 2,000,0
ISE 226
Spring 2016
Homework Set #6
Please solve the following problems :
1) (a) Compare the following plans using a MARR of 6%, and an analysis period of 50 years.
Data
Equipment First Cost
Annual Operation & Maintenance Cost
Salvage Value
Service Life,
ISE 226
Spring 2016
HW#7
Problem 10-44 + Mini Case
Mini Case - Sensitivity Analysis Spreadsheet
Prepare a spreadsheet similar to the one on Slide #12 of the deck titled
"Sensitivity Analysis Supplemental. This spreadsheet calculates the PW of the
project