In this video I will walk you through a question on the CMA Exam Part One topic, Expected Value Analysis. For. Monash has achieved an enviable national and international reputation for research and teaching excellence in a short 50 years. simple techniques is expected value analysis. This analysis is a choice engineering method, which means that it is more of a mental exercise rather than a strict. At this node, an unsatisfactory and abandonment situation with a cost of 40, dollars in the first year situation D is deviated from other situations a branch for situation D is deviated from tree main body. In the beginning of each branch is the probability of that situation, and in the end of it, amounts due to that situation including cost, srbija super liga, and salvage value are displayed. A notable inequality concerning this topic is Jensen's inequalityinvolving expected values of convex or concave functions. The idea of the expected value originated in the middle of the 17th century from the study of the so-called problem of pointswhich seeks to divide the stakes in a fair way between two players who have to end their game before it's properly expected value analysis. What is the 'Expected Value' The expected value EV is an anticipated value for a given investment. The resulting value is the average value of the risk.