Net Present Worth analysis
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How do you calculate NPV for a model with single payment compound amount scenario.
I have a flyweight that rotates about a pin in a cvt clutch.
the flyweight gets its motion from centrifugal force that acts on the center of gravity on the object. i am trying to develop the acceleration equation using kinamatics but am a little rusty. i have developed the force equations but would like help with the acceleration.
Consider the truss system shown in Fig. 2 modelled by three elements. The element numbers are shown in brackets. The node numbers are as indicated in the figure. Suppose that all the trusses have a cross sectional area of A = 0.1 m2 and Young’s modulus E = 70 GPa. Determine the displacements at all the nodes if the force P = 2000 N. The length L = 2 m.
A constant horizontal force of 10 lb rests on a body of smooth horizontal plane. The body starts from rest and is observed to move 250 ft in 5s.
a). What is the mass of the body?
b). If the force ceases to act at the end of 5s, how far will the body move in the next 5s?
z1= 4^(e^[(i)(π/4)])
z2= 5i
z3= 3√3<30°
Note: < is the angle sign. I don't have symbol for.the angle sign in my keyboard.
Solve for:
[z1^(4cos z4)]/log(sub z1)z3
Please help :(
can you help me, how to draw bmd for the figure?
Can anyone help to solve this question????
Determine the equation of rotation Y' and deflection Y at the
free end of a cantilever beam AB supporting a parabolic load ?
air parabolic is 2/3(L*q)
plz help me
Value of a Bond
It is defined to be the present worth of all the amounts the bondholder will receive through his possession of the bond.
The bondholder will receive two types of payments which are:
1. Single payment which the owner will receive at the date of maturity of the bond, which is usually equal to the par value of the bond; and
2. The periodic payments for interest on the bond usually it is redeemed by the issuing corporations.
Formula for value of a bond:
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What should be the maximum dimensions of a rectangular open box of a given volume V?
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