chrome89k

08-10-2007 20:17:52

A question on my paper asks...

F. Identify two different assumptions that your model makes. One sentence should be sufficient to describe each assumption. Place these on a separate sheet of your workbook labeled “Part F” (you can put them in a text box on the sheet) and print them out. Remember that assumptions are not the same as values of input variables (for instance, those variables that you use for “What ifs?”). Assumptions refer more to the structure of the model—for instance, such things as the actual equations.

Can anyone direct me in a direction about the meaning of this...

F. Identify two different assumptions that your model makes. One sentence should be sufficient to describe each assumption. Place these on a separate sheet of your workbook labeled “Part F” (you can put them in a text box on the sheet) and print them out. Remember that assumptions are not the same as values of input variables (for instance, those variables that you use for “What ifs?”). Assumptions refer more to the structure of the model—for instance, such things as the actual equations.

Can anyone direct me in a direction about the meaning of this...