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    a) Based on payback period, the payback period for Project (A) is 2.66 years and the payback period for Project (B) is 2.02 years. That means Project (A) will recoup its initial investment in 2.66 years and Project (B) will recoup its initial investment in 2.02 years. The company should choose Project (B) because the payback period for Project (B) is shorter than the payback period for Project (A) and is less than the 4 years maximum payback requires by the company. The shorter and quickest the payback

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    Developing a Global Payment Data Warehouse

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    Cost/Financial Assumptions 6 Success/Risks Criteria 6 System Alternative Assessment 6 Table 1: Citigroup PDW Investment Payback Analysis 9 Table 2: Citigroup PDW Feasibility Matrix 10 Attachment A – Payback Analysis 11 Table 3: Option 1 – Do Nothing Payback Analysis Table 4: Option 2 – Technology Refresh Payback Analysis 13 Table 5: Option 3 – Redevelop Application Payback Analysis 13 References 14 Project Value Statement As one of the nation’s largest banks, Citigroup has an obligation

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    $32000 ($60000-$15000-$9000) $36000 ($60000-$18000-$7000) $85000 Payback period: initial investment/ annual cash flow 120000/12000 10 years 160000/32000 5 years $90000/36000 2.5 years $70000/85000 2 years Project C and D are acceptable as both of their payback periods are less than the pre specified number of years which is 3 years in this case. According to the payback method of analysis, projects with shorter payback periods are better to invest in, Hence, project D should be accepted as

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    Mongolian Grill Analysis

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    Executive Summary Our team has been instructed to help advise on a business case involving a restaurant, The Mongolian Grill. It’s owner, John Butkus, is contemplating renovations, in hopes of adding capacity and increasing revenue. There are several scenarios that are available to him. One option is to add an extra food bar. The second option is to move the location of the cooking area. He can also implement both options, if he so chooses. Our team has done the appropriate financial calculations

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    procurement. This class was very important for me as I got to know about gantt charts, logic diagram, price of estimate, Project Risk, Payback Period and risk analysis. Gantt chart is a graphic display of the output on a time scale. It also shows the amount of work done or production completed in certain periods of time in relation to the amount planned for those periods. I also came to know that Senior management must create a corporate culture that supports project management and demonstrates faith

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    Unusual People

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    I know. Brent is very playful. He often reminds me of a little kid. I think the most attractive aspect of him is his ability to laugh and have fun. Brent does not let me tease him without getting back at me, and most of the time it is twice the payback. Sometimes If I am in the bathroom getting ready for the day and he is in the shower, he will toss handfuls of water out at me. I act like it bothers me but in actuality I think it is wonderful. He also thinks that he is a pro wrestler and I am his

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    Periodization refers to the breakdown of a training program into discreet time periods called macrocycles, mesocycles and microcycles. It is a way to organize training goals. It involves breaking the training period into phases that focuses on various aspects. Although each phase has different goal but each phase is built upon the results of previous phase. COMPONENTS OF PERIODIZATION 1. Macrocycle: A macrocycle is the entire training period. It consists of mesocycles and micro cycles. For some sports having

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    existing catalogue of quasi-periodic and periodic class II methanol masers. The Lomb-Scargle, epochfolding and Jurkevich methods were used to test and search for periodic and its significance. These method found that the source have 219 $pm$ 8 day period. However, the source of the observed regular variability is not confirm but the most adopted thought is that is due to variation in pumping mechanism of a maser owing to varying background. The background could be Young Stellar Object (YSO) in the

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    to missed periods. It also causes women to have more of the male hormone in their bodies, which cause male hair growth. Not all of PCOS patients have excessive hair growth some may have other skin conditions, like acne. PCOS is the one of the most notorious cause if missed menstrual cycles and “infertility due to the lack of ovulation”. (Thatcher, 12) There are three main reasons women with PCOS get medical attention. The first is that they have missed menstrual cycles. A woman’s period should not

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    Paleolithic Art

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    the late Paleolithic period 40,000-10,000 B.C. (the Stone Age), is one of the most beautiful, natural periods of cave art and clay sculptures. Created by Nomadic hunters and gatherers with ivory, wood, and bone, these figures were thought to be symbolic and have some magical or ritual relevance. Figures and drawings have been found in all parts of the world dating back to the Cro-Magnon man as late as 60,000 years ago. There are two different periods of overlapping periods. The first, dating between

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