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EXAMPLE 6-1 Analyzing Investment Alternatives by Using Equivalent Worth

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  1. EXAMPLE 6-1 Analyzing Investment Alternatives by Using Equivalent Worth continued on next slide

  2. EXAMPLE 6-1 (continued) Analyzing Investment Alternatives by Using Equivalent Worth continued on next slide

  3. EXAMPLE 6-1 (continued) Analyzing Investment Alternatives by Using Equivalent Worth continued on next slide

  4. EXAMPLE 6-1 (continued) Analyzing Investment Alternatives by Using Equivalent Worth

  5. EXAMPLE 6-2 Analyzing Cost-Only Alternatives, Using Equivalent Worth continued on next slide

  6. EXAMPLE 6-2 (continued) Analyzing Cost-Only Alternatives, Using Equivalent Worth continued on next slide

  7. EXAMPLE 6-2 (continued) Analyzing Cost-Only Alternatives, Using Equivalent Worth continued on next slide

  8. EXAMPLE 6-2 (continued) Analyzing Cost-Only Alternatives, Using Equivalent Worth

  9. EXAMPLE 6-3 Analyzing Alternatives with Different Reject Rates continued on next slide

  10. EXAMPLE 6-3 (continued) Analyzing Alternatives with Different Reject Rates continued on next slide

  11. EXAMPLE 6-3 (continued) Analyzing Alternatives with Different Reject Rates continued on next slide

  12. EXAMPLE 6-3 (continued) Analyzing Alternatives with Different Reject Rates

  13. EXAMPLE 6-4 Incremental Analysis: Investment Alternatives continued on next slide

  14. EXAMPLE 6-4 (continued) Incremental Analysis: Investment Alternatives continued on next slide

  15. EXAMPLE 6-4 (continued) Incremental Analysis: Investment Alternatives

  16. EXAMPLE 6-5 Incremental Analysis: Cost-Only Alternatives continued on next slide

  17. EXAMPLE 6-5 (continued) Incremental Analysis: Cost-Only Alternatives continued on next slide

  18. EXAMPLE 6-5 (continued) Incremental Analysis: Cost-Only Alternatives continued on next slide

  19. EXAMPLE 6-5 (continued) Incremental Analysis: Cost-Only Alternatives continued on next slide

  20. EXAMPLE 6-5 (continued) Incremental Analysis: Cost-Only Alternatives

  21. EXAMPLE 6-6 Incremental Analysis Using ERR continued on next slide

  22. EXAMPLE 6-6 (continued) Incremental Analysis Using ERR

  23. EXAMPLE 6-7 Useful Lives ≠ Study Period: The Repeatability Assumption continued on next slide

  24. EXAMPLE 6-7 (continued) Useful Lives ≠ Study Period: The Repeatability Assumption continued on next slide

  25. EXAMPLE 6-7 (continued) Useful Lives ≠ Study Period: The Repeatability Assumption continued on next slide

  26. EXAMPLE 6-7 (continued) Useful Lives ≠ Study Period: The Repeatability Assumption

  27. EXAMPLE 6-8 Useful Lives ≠ Study Period: The Coterminated Assumption

  28. EXAMPLE 6-9 Comparing Alternatives Using CW

  29. EXAMPLE 6-10 AW and Repeatability: Perfect Together! continued on next slide

  30. EXAMPLE 6-10 (continued) AW and Repeatability: Perfect Together! continued on next slide

  31. EXAMPLE 6-10 (continued) AW and Repeatability: Perfect Together! continued on next slide

  32. EXAMPLE 6-10 (continued) AW and Repeatability: Perfect Together!

  33. EXAMPLE 6-11 Modeling Estimated Expenses as Arithmetic Gradients continued on next slide

  34. EXAMPLE 6-11 (continued) Modeling Estimated Expenses as Arithmetic Gradients continued on next slide

  35. EXAMPLE 6-11 (continued) Modeling Estimated Expenses as Arithmetic Gradients continued on next slide

  36. EXAMPLE 6-11 (continued) Modeling Estimated Expenses as Arithmetic Gradients continued on next slide

  37. EXAMPLE 6-11 (continued) Modeling Estimated Expenses as Arithmetic Gradients

  38. EXAMPLE 6-12 Estimating a New Market Value when Useful Life > Study Period

  39. EXAMPLE 6-13 Automobile Financing Options continued on next slide

  40. EXAMPLE 6-13 (continued) Automobile Financing Options

  41. EXAMPLE 6-14 Mortgage Financing Options continued on next slide

  42. EXAMPLE 6-14 (continued) Mortgage Financing Options continued on next slide

  43. EXAMPLE 6-14 (continued) Mortgage Financing Options

  44. EXAMPLE 6-15 Comparison of Two Savings Plans continued on next slide

  45. EXAMPLE 6-15 (continued) Comparison of Two Savings Plans continued on next slide

  46. EXAMPLE 6-15 (continued) Comparison of Two Savings Plans

  47. EXAMPLE 6-16 Credit Card Offers continued on next slide

  48. EXAMPLE 6-16 (continued) Credit Card Offers