1. Understand the expected rate of return formula. Like many formulas, the expected rate of return formula requires a few "givens" in order to solve for the answer. The
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1. Find the total number of people who responded to the survey. For example, a company mailed out 500 surveys, and of the 500 surveys, 100 people completed the survey and mailed it
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1. Subtract any tradeins or discounts from the agreed total car price. For example, if the car is listed at $25,000 but you talk the dealer down to $22,000 and have a tradein offer
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1. Determine which resource unit (workers, capital, etc. will be the base for your measurement of diminishing returns. Each resource unit must have a specific, fixed monetary cost
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