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ANSWERED ### $$\displaystyle\sqrt{{\left({x}+{8}\right)}}+\sqrt{{\left({x}+{15}\right)}}=\sqrt{{\left({9}{x}+{40}\right)}}$$

ANSWERED ### The expression to triple the amount.

ANSWERED ### The interest rate for evaluating the project. Given: Project B has a cost of $50,000. Annual benefit is$9,000.

ANSWERED ### The duration to triple the amount. Given: Interest is $$\displaystyle{8}\%$$ compouned annually.

ANSWERED ### The data sources and methods for estimating the costs, benefits and disbenefits for the nuclear power plant.

ANSWERED ### a) The firm cost of capital before taxes. Given: The borrowed money is $125000 at $$\displaystyle{8}\%$$ rate. The investment by the partners is$75000. The required rate of return by the partner is $$\displaystyle{12}\%$$. b) The firm cost of capital after tax.

ANSWERED ### The engineering economic principles that would be applied in analyzing the application and which measures would be the most effective for the public audience. The important measures and metrics used to describe them may be considered "Key performance indicatirs."

ANSWERED ### The tax saving due to federal deduction on interest paid for the student loan. Given: The modified adjusted gross income is $70000. The interest paid on student loan is$3000.

ANSWERED ### The present cost of the model. Given: Cost of 250 gallon reactor 20 years ago was $780,000. Power sizing exponent is 0.56. Increase in construction cost over 20 years is from 141 to 556. Rational exponents and radicals ANSWERED asked 2021-08-20 ### While using Cost-benefit analysis which of the following is a true statement. a) It will always produce a recommendation consistent with the simple payback period method. b) It will always produce a recommendation consistent with the present worth, future worth, and annual worth methods. c) It can be used only to evaluate projects from the public sector (such as bridges and roadways). d) None of the above. Rational exponents and radicals ANSWERED asked 2021-08-20 ### The price of bond. Given: The maintenance cost for 10 years is$25000. The maintenance cost from 10 years to infinity years is $35000. The rate of interest is $$\displaystyle{15}\%$$. Rational exponents and radicals ANSWERED asked 2021-08-20 ### a) The cost of capital before tax. Given: A firm has 40000 shares whose current price is$80.75. Those stockholders expect a return of $$\displaystyle{15}\%$$. The firm has a 2 year loan of $900000 at $$\displaystyle{6.4}\%$$. It has issued 12,500 bonds with a face value of 1000. Time period for maturity is 15 years. The semiannual interest rate is $$\displaystyle{6}\%$$. The current price is$1090. b) The cost of capital after tax.

ANSWERED ### a) The amount of money invested each year. Given: Annual incone is $65000. Number of year is 30. Future Value is$2000000. b) The amount of money each should invest annualy. Saving is $$\displaystyle{3}\%$$.

ANSWERED ### The incremental rate of return additional investment in alternative B.

ANSWERED ### The value of investment after 5 years. Given information: Amount invested: $40,000 Rate of interest: $$\displaystyle{2}\%$$ Per annum Time: 5 years. Rational exponents and radicals ANSWERED asked 2021-08-17 ### The closed nominal annual rate of return. Given: Initial Cost is$1000. Future cost is $2500. Interest is compounded quarterly. The time period is 5 years. Rational exponents and radicals ANSWERED asked 2021-08-16 ### The amount required to be paid today. Given: The total amount in account after 5 years is$10000. The rate of compound interest of $$\displaystyle{15}\%$$.

ANSWERED ### The long term Borrowing index (LTBI) of the year 2017. Given: Difference in inflation is $$\displaystyle{3}\%$$. Average inflation rate is $$\displaystyle{2.3}\%$$.

ANSWERED ### The rate of return. Given information: $$\displaystyle{b}{e}{g}\in{\left\lbrace{a}{r}{r}{a}{y}\right\rbrace}{\left\lbrace{\left|{c}\right|}{c}{\mid}\right\rbrace}{h}{l}\in{e}{Y}{e}{a}{r}&{C}{a}{s}{h}\ {F}{l}{o}{w}&{I}\mathbb{R}\circ{39}\%&{P}{r}{e}{s}{e}{n}{t}\ {V}{a}{l}{u}{e}\backslash{h}{l}\in{e}{0}&-\{200}&{0}&-{200}\backslash{h}{l}\in{e}{1}&{350}&{0.719}&{251.65}\backslash{h}{l}\in{e}{2}&-{100}&{0.517}&-{51.70}\backslash{h}{l}\in{e}{e}{n}{d}{\left\lbrace{a}{r}{r}{a}{y}\right\rbrace}$$ As PV at $$\displaystyle{39}\%$$ is zero. So, the rate of return is $$\displaystyle{39}\%$$. PV Value at $$\displaystyle{39}\%$$ is calculated using the table.
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