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Topic: Why is the NPV of this investment always ZERO no matter what the
discount rate

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Re: Why is the NPV of this investment always ZERO no matter what the
discount rate

Posted: Jun 22, 2014 8:24 AM
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On Sunday, June 22, 2014 12:05:02 AM UTC-4,


>I have another question partly related, does it make sense to solve a polynomial if its other side is not equal to zero and contains another variable For example 1 - 5 x + ... + 10 x^8 - 5 x^9 + x^10 = C r^6

The answer depends on the Galois group of the left hand side.

Is it cyclic, dihedral or metacyclic?




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