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# ENGR390: Engineering Economy

## Section #1: TR 1100-1220

TOTAL POINTS: 250

## First and Last Name: TEST KEY

Exam #1: February 1, 2007
Last 4 digits of your Student ID #: _______4321__________________

There are four questions. Interest rates are for one year. The exam is closed book with one note-
card. Unless specified otherwise, all answers must have the following:
1) Given quantities and objective
2) Cash flow diagram with values, interest, and periods.
3) Equation used to solve the problem. For example, (F/P, 6%, 4)
4) The value of the equation (e.g. F = 1.2625P) and how it was obtained (eg. Formula F = P(1
+ 0.06)4) or interest table (Appendix D) and interpolation or approximation (if any).

1. Given the equation below, reconstruct the original cash flow diagram (50 points):

F = \$1200(F/A, 10%, 5) + [\$500 - \$200(P/G, 10%, 5)](F/P, 10%, 5) + \$500(F/P, 10%, 10)

5 points
5 points

10 points

30 points

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2. 20 months ago, Brian Paul borrowed \$200,000 from First American to start a microlamination
business. The loan had an interest rate of 12% compounded monthly and was to be repaid in 36
equal monthly installments over 3 years. Now, Brian’s business is doing well and he wants to
repay the entire loan in a single payment. How much must he pay? (50 points)
(There is an alternative solution using B20 = P – (A – Pi) (F/A, i, n))

5 points

10 points

5 points

10 points

20 points

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3. Rick Billo is purchasing a \$24,000 wire electrical discharge machine to fabricate
microchannel-based kidney dialyzers. The loan is to be repaid in 48 monthly installments of
\$583.66. What is the effective annual interest rate that is being paid for this financing
arrangement (50 points)?

5 points

5 points
10 points

15 points

15 points

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4. Skip Rung deposits \$5,000 in a savings account with OSU Federal Credit Union. The account
pays 6% interest compounded monthly. Three years later he deposits \$4,000. Two years after the
\$4,000 deposit, he makes another deposit in the amount of \$2,500. Four years after the \$2,500
deposit, half the amount is transferred to a fund that pays 8% interest, compounded quarterly.
How much money will be in each account 6 years after the transfer (100 points)?
10 points

10 points

10 points

10 points

20 points

20 points

20 points