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Numerical analysis These types of problems (especially systems of differential equations) are solved numerically using a number of similar algorithms which are based on the principles of numerical integration. The definition of the task "solve differential equation" means "integrate differential equation" so all differential equation numerical solving techniques are based on numerical integration, which is the problem of finding area under the curve described by differentiated function.

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Cost Benefit Analysis In most cases such inefficiencies are caused by monopoly pricing or taxation (Brent 89). In other words, a deadweight loss can be termed as the total surplus resulting from market distortion especially from the side of government regulations on prices and in most cases the levied taxes.

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Mod2 SLP: Financial decision making YEAR 1 t= 1 yr S=P(1+rt) 158000= P(1+(0.07)(1)) P= $147663.55 S= 246000 r= 7% P= ? YEAR 2 t= 2 yr S=P(1+rt) 246000= P(1+(0.07)(2)) P= $215789.47 S= 289000 r= 7% P= ? YEAR 3 t= 3 yr S=P(1+rt) 289000= P(1+(0.07)(3)) P= $238842.97 Amount you have to invest today for all 3 future payments is: P= $602296 Money on hand today is worth more than tomorrow, therefore it is important that we understand the concept of time value of money.

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Capital structure analysis Now, IST is supposed to raise capital worth $500 million in order to build a fresh production facility. In the occurrence of a financial distress, the company would experience a great loss of both consumers as well as engineering talents. If IST takes a debt of $500 million, the managers of the company are afraid that the present value of the cost of financial distress would be more than the tax benefits by an amount of $20 million.

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FINANCIAL DATA ANALYSISFree cash flow model of valuation estimates value of a firm based on its fundamentals. The company is expected to pay its shareholders based on intrinsic value of the firm. In addition, this value is reflected by net present cash flow. It’s

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The Routines of Decision Making Any cost or benefit that does not differ between alternatives is irrelevant and can be ignored in a decision. The reduction in direct labor and variable overhead by 10% alongside with the reduction in direct material costs by 20% must outweigh the price of $10.50 per a pair of bindings.

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Financial Analysis 334 This shows that company has no problem in paying off its debts. The position of Jones Corporation is also good and it will have no problem in paying off its debts. Since, both firms can pay-off their debts easily given the situation let's now eliminate the illiquid current asset factor from our ratio calculation.

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Job selection-multiple criteria decision analysisShe has excellent curriculum vitae with a high grade point average and a strong record of campus participation in clubs and activities.
As a result, she has had a number of good interviews with various companies. She now has

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Decision-Making ModelsThe technique revolves around 5 simple steps:

- Setting up a probability distribution for each of the three variables – material cost, labor cost, and utility cost
- Preparing a cumulative probability distribution for each of the three variables
- Establishing random number intervals for each of the three variables
- Generating random numbers
- Simulating a series of trials

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