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Old 08-05-2017, 01:31 PM
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I have so many question on EOM 6. In sensitive test, it ask us give general recommendation of improvements and model revisions. I think improvements is add more tests of other assumptions but not sure. And , why need to make model revisions for sensitive test? In my mind, sensitive test is to change the assumption and see the change of profit measure.
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You need to decide whether any extra assumptions should be included in the sensitivity testing, and whether the testing is being done in a manner appropriate for the given model/assumptions.
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