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business1:
solve simultaneous equitations to find X1 and X2:
AX1^1P1L=0
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business1:
Q=2L^1/2+3K^1/2
Q,L,K=units of output, labour, capital.
labour $2 per unit, capital $1 per unit, output sells $8 per unit.
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Q=300L^0.8(2405L)^0.5
dQ/dL=?
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business1:
12x^384x^2+168x96=0
x=?
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does anyone know if it is possible to download maple for free? if so, where please? thanks
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how to sum geometric series 5*(1,06)^3 + 5*(1,06)^4 +...+ 5*(1,06)^n1, so as to end up with 5*((1(1,06)^1n) / (1,06^2  1,06)). thanks
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4
∑ k^2  how to read this please? thanks
k=1
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N=c(1e^kt)
how to end up with: t=1/k ln (c / cN)
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passage in book: "the cheaper the stock relative to intrinsic value, the cheaper the options should be".
is it not so, that the stock tha…
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excerpt from book: "in the case where the capital expenditures and the working capital are expected to be financed at a fixed debt ratio d,…
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how to estimate correct discount factor, to reflect risk of large portions of revenue coming from few customers? thanks.
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acceptable to forecast change in wc / net capex by regressing (linear) historical data on revenues? thanks
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is there a rule of thumb percentage figure (approximate is sufficient), at which may be discounted a parmaceutical drug development pipelin…
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why is it said that options are rendered more valuable by higher volatility? thanks
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when computing ROC, deduct cash from book value of debt + equity? thanks
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when leases capitalised cost of debt becomes higher than cost of equity (if beta taken off msn). normal? thanks.…
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company being valued is in industry undergoing change; in 5  10 years business model in industry will be totally different, company unlike…
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why calculate certainty equivalent cashflow, if discounting at wacc is one step lighter in calculating?
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