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Equipment and appliances shown in the following table will be used on a 120 V AC household circuit. Complete the table. Moreover, determine the total monthly energy used and the total monthly charge if we are to use the rate schedule for commercial and industrial operations (Table 17.3). Say the household makes use of a single-phase AC current distribution system and that its peak demand is measured to be the same as the total power requirement of the general appliances. Assume that $1 is equal to ₱50.

-What is the total energy (kWh) used by the heating/cooling equipment?-What is the total energy (kWh) used by the general appliances? -What is the total energy (kWh) used by the kitchen appliances? -What is the total energy (kWh) used by the lighting devices? -What is the monthly energy (kWh) used by the household? EXPERT ANSWER

Following array is being sorted by Radix sort. Two iterations are already completed, What will be the new sequence after running the third iteration.1, 7, 10, 9420, 3221, 5622, 4127, 2030, 3138, 743, 577, 9680, 82, 4793, 2599

EXPERT ANSWER Answer: the sorted array after the two iteration is given: 1, 7, 10, 9420, 3221, 5622, 4127, 2030, 3138, 743, 577, 9680, 82, 4793, 2599 Now the third iteration will be executed for the hundread’s place. i.e. the array elements will be in the following way 0– 1, 7, 10, 82, 2030, 1– …

Following array is being sorted by Radix sort. Two iterations are already completed, What will be the new sequence after running the third iteration.1, 7, 10, 9420, 3221, 5622, 4127, 2030, 3138, 743, 577, 9680, 82, 4793, 2599 Read More »

Build a min heap with the following numbers. 4, 7, 1, 9, 23, 2, 13

EXPERT ANSWER ANSWER: MIN HEAP…. Given an array of N elements. The task is to build a Binary Heap from the given array. The heap can be either Max Heap or Min Heap. Time Complexity: Heapify a single node takes O(log N) time complexity where N is the total number of Nodes. Therefore, building the …

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Problem 2 (15 points A small manufacturing plant on a single three-phase service consumes 126,000 kWh of electrical energy over a monthly billing period. Peak demand is typically measured at 400k W during the day and 200k W at night. However, because of an abnormality in plant operation, demand for power increases to 1,200kW over a 15-min period on one day during the month. Determine the total monthly charge based on the rate schedule provided in Table 17.3 (see lecture notes: Lecture 1- Electricity Theory, the last slide

EXPERT ANSWER Service charge for 3 phase is $ 10.36 Energy charge Total Energy consumed = 126000 kWh total Energy charge = 1000 x $ 0.0976 + 2000 x $ 0.0885 + 5000 x $ 0.0821 + 10000 x $ 0.0712 + 108000 x $ 0.0657 = $ 97.6 + $177 + $ 410.5 + …

Problem 2 (15 points A small manufacturing plant on a single three-phase service consumes 126,000 kWh of electrical energy over a monthly billing period. Peak demand is typically measured at 400k W during the day and 200k W at night. However, because of an abnormality in plant operation, demand for power increases to 1,200kW over a 15-min period on one day during the month. Determine the total monthly charge based on the rate schedule provided in Table 17.3 (see lecture notes: Lecture 1- Electricity Theory, the last slide Read More »

TWO-PART, THREE-STAGE STARTING DESIGN A CONTROL CIRCUIT FOR STARTING THE MOTOR INSTRUCTIONS IN STARTING A MOTOR RESISTORS AT THE START, CONNECT RESISTORS IN SERIES WITH THE FIRST SET OF THE MOTOR WINDINGS (IN WYE) IIK 1 2. SET 1 SET 2 AFTER A SET TIME, REMOVE THE RESISTOR FROM THE CIRCUIT ALLOWING ONLY THE FIRST SET OF WINDING CONNECTED TO THE LINE AFTER ANOTHER SET TIME, THE WHOLE SETS OF WINDING ARE CONNECTED TO THE LINE IN PARALLEL WITH EACH OTHER DURING RUN OPERATION 3 MOTOR

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Gen 2- Powerboat. The company is considering Gen 2 as a green alternative to Gen 1 and requires further information to assist in the final decision. According to Viviers and Cohen (2011), motor manufacturers with projects that span on average 6 years equally prefer the net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) methods, followed by payback period (PB). The Chief Financial Officer of Zubeir Engineering is looking to substantiate the financial implications of the manufacture of a new powerboat. At the request of the Chief Financial Officer, you are required to use projected cashflow to write comprehensive report on merit of each project using common capital budgeting methods. The projects have a minimum required return of 10%. Below are the projected cashflows from the both the projects: minimum required return of 10%. Below are the projected cashflows from the both the projects: Year 0 1 2 Gen 1-Powerboat Cash Flow ($ 21,500,000) $ 8,924,800 $ 8,294,800 0 21,500,000-$ 21,500,000-$ -$ 18,924,800$ 6,400,000$ 2,524,800$ 2 8,294,800$ 7,400,000$ 894,800$ 37,664,800$ $ 7,664,800 $ 7,034,800 $ 6,404,800 $ 10.322.000 Gen 2-Powerboat Cash Flow ($ 21,500,000) $ 6,400,000 $ 7,400,000 $ 7,900,000 $ 8,600,000 $ 9,300,000 $ 11,100,000 4 5 6 3. Capital Budgeting Techniques. 3.1 Net present Value. – Calculate NPV for both the projects and interpret your findings. 3.2 Internal Rate of Return – Calculate IRR for both the projects and interpret your findings. 3.3 Payback Period 1 – Calculate payback periods for both the projects and interpret your findings with cut- off point is 6 years. 3.4 Profitability Index – Calculate profitability index for both the projects and interpret your findings. Zubeir Engineering Limited is one of top high-speed boat Manufacturer in the Middle Eastern Region. The capital budgeting strategies in the company involves a three- phase approach: planning or budgeting, evaluation, and post completion reviews. The first phase involves identification of likely projects at strategic planning time. These are selected to support the strategic objectives of the corporation. This identification is generally broad in scope with minimal financial evaluation attached. Projects are classified as new product, cost savings, capacity expansion, etc. As the planning process focuses more closely on the short-term plans (or budgets), major capital expenditures are scrutinized more rigorously. Project costs are more closely honed, and specific projects may be reconsidered. Each project is then individually reviewed and authorized. Planning, developing, and refining cash flows underlie capital analysis at Zubeir Engineering. Once the cash flows have been determined, the application of capital evaluation techniques such as those using net present value, internal rate of return, profitability index and payback period is routine. Presentation of the results is enhanced using sensitivity analysis, which plays a major role for management in assessing the critical assumptions and resulting impact. The final phase relates to post completion reviews in which the original forecasts of the project’s performance are compared to actual results and/or revised expectations. Zubeir Engineering has identified two mutually exclusive projects, Gen 1-powerboat and Gen 2- Powerboat. The company is considering Gen 2 as a green alternative to Gen 1 and requires further information to assist in the final decision. According to Viviers and Cohen (2011), motor manufacturers with projects that span on average 6 years equally prefer the net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) methods, followed by payback period (PB). The Chief Financial Officer of Zubeir Engineering is looking to substantiate the financial implications of the manufacture of a new powerboat. At the request of the Chief Financial Officer, you are required to use projected cashflow to write comprehensive report on merit of each project using common capital budgeting methods. The projects have a minimum required return of 10%. Below are the projected cashflows from the both the projects: Year Gen 1-Powerboat Cash Flow Gen 2-Powerboat Cash Flow 0 ($ 21,500,000) ($ 21,500,000) $ 8,924,800 $ 6,400,000 2 $ 8,294,800 $ 7,400,000 $ 7,664,800 $ 7,900,000 $ 7,034,800 $ 8,600,000 $ 6,404,800 $9,300,000 $ 10,322,000 $ 11,100,000 UAWNO 6

calculate the capital budgeting techniques using excel ( show the working please) EXPERT ANSWER

Linear Functions: Applications. Question: A firm sells a single product of $65 per unit. Variable costs unit are $20 for materials and $27.50 for labor. Annual fixed costs are $100,000. Construct the profit function stated in terms of x, the number of units produced and sold. What profit is earned if annual sales are 20,000 units?

How many units must be produced and sold in order to Earn a profit of $1.5 million Earn zero profit? ( break-even) EXPERT ANSWER