Series of cash flows in economical engineering, Other Engineering

Series of Cash Flows

Most engineering economic analysis involve more than a single return occurring after the investment is made. In such cases, the present worth or the future worth equivalent can be determined by adding the present worth or future worth equivalence of each cash flow. Recall the 2, 3, and 4 rules of DCF).

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Figure Series of Cash Flows

 

 

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