This alphabet book of Assumption
traditions, customs, history, events, people, personages and more is the brainchild of Lui de Vera (Class of 1967).
In other words, opinions are outward verbalizations of certain beliefs, which a person holds and those are based on certain assumptions
about the world.
are more than just best-guess factors required to continue the planning process.
There are two assumptions
that seem to halt innovation in its tracks more than others: "This is how it's always been done, so this is how we'll continue doing it.
The same holds for a speculative assumptions
such as "He gave me an important project; he must really trust me.
In practice, assumptions
are requested when a current borrower of a commercial/multifamily loan wishes to sell all or part of the property and the property purchaser agrees to be bound by the terms of the existing loan documents.
In response: Cox's letter (1) contains a number of false assumptions
, errors, misleading assertions, and misquotations.
However, (Los Angeles officials) are going to have to revisit their assumptions
on annual returns sooner rather than later.
To value options, you have to make assumptions
about the likely term and volatility, and I think a lattice model captures those variables better.
In addition, practitioners have to analyze all the assumptions
on which the facts rest to be sure they are reasonable, including a review of financial forecasts and appraisals.
During the next class, we used SPSS to analyze the data, interpreted related concepts, and evaluated assumptions
before interpreting statistics and making inferences.
The time spent as chief engineer on the Mustang gave Thai-Tang a vision of success for his new position: assumptions
that are attainable.