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Chapter 2  All


section 2.4 (Demand Work)


section 3.1 (Showerhead NPV)


section 3.9 (Showerhead IRR)


Figure 3.3 (2period
graphic)


section 3.14 (max NPV example)


Example 5.1 (rate increase)


Example 5.2 (supply
increase)


section 6.6 (Applewhite
Reservoir)


section 6.11 (SCRB example)


section 7.11 (Gisser & Sanchez
model)


Example 8.1 (connection
costs)


Example 9.1 (linear
program)


Example 9.2 (data)


Example 9.2 (regression)


Example 9A.1
(demonstration)


section 11.3 (First Model)^{1}

^{1}This program requires the latest version of Mathematica (6.0+).
Mathematica Packages used in some of the above
programs can be freely downloaded:
MultipleListPlot
MultiplierMethod
TickControl