# Engineering Economy

Engineering Economy is an important subject, the posts include the definition and solved problems.

## 8A-What is Capital Recovery in the Economy?

In this post, we discuss a new term which is Capital recovery, and the different terms for Capital recovery, the related general equation.

## 8- Easy Illustration of the Arithmetic Gradient

Introduction to the arithmetic gradient, how we can develop an expression for the arithmetic gradient, and the various terms used.

## 7a- Uniform series of compound interest-2/2 in the Economy.

A discussion of uniform series of compound interest-2/2 in economy is presented through two solved examples.

## 7- Approach to Uniform series of compound interest-1/2

Introduction to the uniform series of compound interest, how we can develop an expression for the uniform series of compound interest with Solved problems

## 6b-Introduction to a solved problem for compound interest

A Solved problem for compound interest. Different options are given, it is required to estimate the least value deposit as of today to get \$10,000 after 4 years.

## 6a- Types of frequencies of compounding

The post includes The various types of frequencies of compounding . Starting by semi-annual, followed by quarterly, monthly, and daily.

## 6- Easy approach to compounding technique

Approach to compounding technique. How to convert a simple interest to a compound interest? A given example is included with a given interest rate.

## 5- Step-by-step illustration of solved problems for P-F value

The post includes solved problems for P-F Value. The first problem 3.5 includes h how to get F in terms of P,t, and i%? another problem is also included.

## 4b-What is the definition of IRR-NPV?

What is the Npv, net present value? What is the IRR or the internal rate of return? Solved problem is given to illustrate the subject.

## 4a- Easy illustration for MARR, WACC definitions.

The post includes two definitions, MARR and WACC.MARR is the minimum rate of attractive rate of return.WACC is the weighted average cost of capital.

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