1. Recognize problem:
3 possible events that might signal the need for a new car is
1) When maintenance cost start to exceed original car price
2) When the car has bad mileage compared to other new cars
3) When the lease on my old car is up
2. Define the
It is expected that an investment of P at time 0 to provide an income of $1,000 every year for the next 12 years. If
the investor expects to have a rate of return of 9% per year, what is the value of P?
$8,921.00
$7,161.00
$9,322.00
$4,266.00
A machine at
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Question 1
0 / 1 point
From the data available below, find the best alternative using the payback period analysis.
Year
A
0
B
C
-$500 -$2,000 -$1,200
1
$200
$400
$1,000
2
$100
$50
$0
3
$400
$1,000
$100
4
$50
$2,000
A)
Alt. A
B)
Alt. B
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Homework #11
05/03/2012
ISYE 313 Engineering Economic Analysis HW#11
Members:
Kristen Bond
Lucas Bunzel
Jason Choe
Tyler Filzen
Peter Gumulia
Contribution:
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
Summary of Answers
Problem 15-4
A) WACCbefore-taxes = 10.52%
B) WACCafter-taxes
11.14
n
First Cost
Operating Cost
i
-70,000
-75,000
12%
n
AW
1
2
3
4
5
6
ESL 6 years
AW = -$88,772.58
(93,900.00)
(92,562.74)
(91,404.76)
(90,400.89)
(89,529.63)
(88,772.58)
First cost (in AW)
1
(78,400.00)
2
(41,418.87)
3
(29,144.43)
4
(23,046.41)
5
(19,
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE 313 10/04/2016
Homework 7 Summary
*All workings shown in Excel
11.14
For this question, the AW for each year from 1 to 6 must be found. I first converted the first
cost and salvage value to the annual cost from year 1 to ye
Bone Graft Bioreactor
Preliminary Product Design Specifications
My An-adirekkun, Ian Kinsella, Chris Nguyen, Veronica Porubsky, Ryan Serbin
Function: Design a synthetic bone graft to fill a bone defect 20 mm deep and 14 mm in
diameter. The bone graft must
Tanapat R. ISyE 313
Homework 11 Summary
18.9
First of all, I generated a cash flow table for Continuous for 5 years. Then, I used the NPV
function to generate the present worth of the cash flows at an interest rate of 15%. Using
this PV value, I used the
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE 313 11/11/2016
Homework 8 Summary
* all workings shown in excel
13.10
In order to find the breakeven quantity of miles, we must first find the revenue. I will call
the amount of money saved from upgrading the revenue per un
Tanapat R. ISyE 313 10/29/2016
Homework 6 Summary
*All workings shown on excel
9.19
For this question, I decided to use annual worth for the B/C analysis because most of the
numbers are already in AW. I converted the first cost to AW using the PMT functio
13.10
Cost of gasoline
Old
New
Interest rate
Miles/gallon
18
21 No. of periods
Cost/ mile
0.1805555556 0.1547619
$ saved/ mile
0.0257936508
Cost of upgrade
800
No. of miles/month 1030.1545935801
PV of $ saved
800
3.25
1%
36
13.22
Painting
Painting Cost
n
4.31
n (years)
Cost/gallon ($/gallon)
No. of gallon/ month
Nominal Interest
Effective Interest
Cost/month
Capital cost/ month
20
0.00085
200,000,000
6%
0.5%
170000
$23,642.22
Total cost/month
$193,642.22
4.46
n
Period
Nominal Interest
Effective Interest
I
Tanapat R. ISyE 313 12/9/2016
Homework 10 Summary
*All workings done on Excel
17.27
For a), I generated columns for taxable income and taxes of each method. To do that, I first
did a table for depreciation for each method in each year. Then I subtracted t
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE 313 10/07/2016
Summary
*All workings are shown in Excel
6.10
a) For this question, it asks for the capital recovery. Capital recovery is basically the
equivalent amount of revenue a system much earn each year to cover the i
Less than half a page for each case!
Below are some arguments against global warming found on the internet. Some or all
of these arguments may or may not seem reasonable. Please respond to each of the
arguments below with a scientifically based perspectiv
System Design for Densitometry : DXA, TEAM
Client: Ms. Jennifer Sanfilippo
Advisor: Wally Block
Team: Jin Wook Hwang jhwang52@wisc.edu (Leader)
Ryan Serbin rserbin@wisc.edu (Communicator)
Zachary Burmeister zburmeister@wisc.edu (BSAC)
Luke DeZellar ldezel
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE 313 10/14/2016
8.11
For this question, I generated cash flows for Machine X and Machine Y. Then I subtract cash
flow X from cash flow Y since machine Y has the higher initial cost to get the incremental
cash flow.
8.25
For
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE 313 09/13/2016
1.5
Stefanie is violating several codes such as I b, II 2a, 2b, and III 9a.
For I b, she clearly wasnt competent at the job.
For II 2a, she did take the assignment even though she knew she wasnt qualified for
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE313 09/23/2016
Summary
2.8.
The company can afford to spend ~$47663 now given an interest rate of 12% and a future
value of $75,000. For this question, I took F and multiplied it with the P/F factor with i=12%
and n=4 to get
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE 313 11/18/2016
Homework 10 Summary
15.50
To solve this problem, we must compare the cost of buying in AW to the cost of making in
AW. For the buying cost, I generated the cash flows for the whole 6 years, adding 300,000 to
Tanapat Ratanaruengjumrune ISyE 313 09/30/2016
Summary
*Workings shown in the excel file attached
4.16
a. Since 10 is 5 percent of 200, it means that the interest rate per month is 5%. That means
that the nominal interest rate per year is (5)(12)=60%, whi
15.50
MARR
Department
X
Y
Z
Buying Cost
Rising cost/yr
Overall Buying Cost
Make
Equipment Cost
Salvage Value
n
Direct Costs
Overall Making Costs
Basis
Rate
Direct Labor Cost
Materials Cost
Number of inspection
-3,900,000
-300,000
-4,551,614 (in AW)
-3,000
IE 313 Lecture 11
Minimum
Acceptable Rate of Return
1
Learning Objectives
2
Learning Objectives
To understand:
Cost of capital
Relationship to minimum acceptable
rate of return
Debt-to-equity mix
Weighted average cost of capital
3
Learning Objectives (con
Insert a blank slide at the beginning of
the presentation.
With this on introduce yourselves and
your project.
Title of Independent Project
Research Paper
Author(s) names
Introductory Biology 152 - Lab day/time
Introduction
What is the question? (Add i
ISyE 313 Engineering Economic Analysis Project
Purchase price
The purchase price will certainly be included, as it plays a major role in a buy vs. lease comparison. Purchase
price, along with maintenance costs and disbenefits, will be essential for the pr
Medtronic and Medical Device Sales
Jack Witte
Introduction
While analyzing career areas and prospective companies, it is essential to do proper
research to acquaint yourself with your options. This investigative report is intended to reach
the Wisconsin S
Problem Set 1: Solutions
FIN 325: Corporate Finance
Professor Levine
1.
First, we calculate the present value for the cash flows that have three annual payments
at the end of the next three years of $1000 each:
PV
=
1000
1000
1000
+
+
2
(1 + 6%) (1 + 6%)
Lecture 7: Capital Structure-M&M
Theory and Examples
Corporate Finance
Professor Levine
Wisconsin School of Business
Review
Modigliani and Miller Prop 1:
Firm value is independent of capital structure
Or, average cost of capital is invariant to capital