Problem 4.4i
1. Find the current (not sale) price for the following 4 products (you may need to do an
average of your survey prices for each product)
Product
Regular Price March 2000 in
Sacramento
1-B
ENGINEERING 106: Engineering Economics, Winter Quarter 2017
Lecture 7 Objectives:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Introduce the concept of bonds
Review my dummys way of solving any problem from Chapter 1 to Chapter 4
ENGINEERING 106: Engineering Economics, Winter Quarter 2017
Lecture 8 Objectives:
1. Review the last lecture concerning PW(i, N) criterion
2. Understand the MARR in the context of an investment pool w
ENGINEERING 106: Engineering Economics, Winter Quarter 2017
Lecture 9 Objectives:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Introduce the AE(i,N) in terms of PW(i, N) for project evaluation
Understand the the Benefits of AE analys
ENGINEERING 106: Engineering Economics, Winter Quarter 2017
Lecture 10 Objectives:
1. Apply the AE(i,N) to screen two mutually exclusive project alternatives with the
same project life
2. Apply the AE
ENG 106
Homework #8 Solution
Winter 2015
Problem 12.13
Given: Company considering replacing an existing machine.
Points
For the challenger:
5 AEW for Challenger
Purchase cost, $
31000
30 AEWs for Defe
Name (please print) Hine Mytee
ENG 106 Engineering Economics
Midterm
Winter 2013
You may use three sheets of hand-written notes. No other reference materials, calculators or other
electronic devices a
ENG 106
Homework #4 Solution
Problem 8.7
Winter 2015
(15 pts)
Given: MARR, i:
10%
three M.E. alternatives for parking structures, 30-yr need
Design:
A
B
C
Site cost, $
240
180 200
Bldg cost, $
2200
70
Name (please print) Houpfell E. Kurect
ENG 106 Engineering Economics
Midterm
Winter 2015
You may use three sheets of hand-written notes. No other reference materials, calculators or other
electronic d
Preview for ENG 106 Final
Scheduled time and date: 10:30-12:30, Saturday, 21 March
Those with last names beginning with A through O will take the exam in 1001 Giedt, while those with names
beginning P
Eng 106
Homework #1 Solution
Winter 2015
Problem 1. Youve been asked to analyze the economic feasibility of installing a water storage tank on an apartment
complex, so lower cost water can be stored i
ENG 106
Homework #6 Solution
Problem 10.41
All dollar values in k$
Assumptions for Both Alternatives
Marginal tax rate, %
40%
MARR, %/year
15%
Inflation rate, %/year
0
Winter 2015
Points
40
Buy
20
Lea
EXAMPLE 5.3
Period
Actual Cash flow
0
-1800
1
454
2
681
3
908
4
908
5
908
6
908
7
1268
BORROWING 1.8 Millions: Accumulative Cash Flow on a yr Basis with a discount
of 15% Per year
Period
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
ENG 106 2nd Midterm Solution Key
Version
Question
A
B
C
1
C
C
D
2
D
C
B
3
D
B
C
4
E
B
D
5
B
C
C
6
A
E
E
7
C
A
D
8
B
C
B
9
A
D
E
10
C
D
C
11
C
E
D
12
B
B
D
13
B
A
E
14
C
C
B
15
E
B
A
16
A
A
C
17
D
Dear ENG 106 Students,
The ENG 106 2nd midterm exam is scheduled for Tuesday Feb. 25th, at 9AM.
You will need to bring a UCD SCANTRON FORM 2000 (blue), available at bookstore, to the exam.
You will al
Midterm #1 version A
Problem 1a: A = 100 + 100(A/G, 8%, 5) Some Table values were accidentally for 2%, not 8%.
Using Table on page 1: A = 100 + 100(A/G, 8%, 5) = 100 + 100(1.9604) = 296.04
Using a Cal
PROBLEM 0a: C
PROBLEM 0b: 074 (example choice)
PROBLEM 0c: 142 (example choice)
PROBLEM 1.
This problem has a long-term need (30 years), so use least common multiple lives
giving a 21 year analysis p
ENG 106 Example Midterm Problems
Note: Exam Version C
NAME _
(Print: Last Name,
First Name)
PROBLEM 0a: Which version of this exam is written in the top left corner of the page?
Version A
Version B
Ve
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Comparison of
Alternatives
Types of alternatives
Independent
Selection depends upon its meeting
the minimum requirement for
profitability.
Decision maker can choose any
subset including the
1
Lecture Summary: Jan. 23, 2017
Confidence interval for 1 :
Assuming normality.
A 100(1 )% confidence interval (c.v.) for 1 is
1 tn2 1
s.e.(1 ),
2
where
s
s.e.(1 ) =
MSE
.
)2
i (xi x
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For example,
ENGINEERING 106: Engineering Economics, Winter Quarter 2017
Lecture 1 Objectives:
1. Know the expectations of the course
2. Know why the $ is so important from practical standpoints and communication