Re: Re: Problem with Syntax in Mathematica Summation

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• Subject: [mg84425] Re: [mg84419] Re: Problem with Syntax in Mathematica Summation
• From: Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at cox.net>
• Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 04:37:09 -0500 (EST)

```Needs["HypothesisTesting`"];

The function NormalPValue returns a rule rather than a value

NormalPValue[x]

OneSidedPValue ->
(1/2)*(1 - Erf[Abs[x]/Sqrt[2]])

Consequently, in an expression it would be used in a form similar to

(OneSidedPValue /. NormalPValue[x])

(1/2)*(1 - Erf[Abs[x]/Sqrt[2]])

(TwoSidedPValue /. NormalPValue[x, TwoSided -> True])

1 - Erf[Abs[x]/Sqrt[2]]

Bob Hanlon

---- magma <maderri2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> There were a couple of syntax errors:
> in the summation with ebitda and in kinv0
> Below is the corrected code.
>
> wacc = ((rf + \[Beta] ((1 + tax) (d/(d + e))) (rf - rm)) (e/(d +
>
>         e))) ((rf + (1 - (NormalPValue[(Log[(d/(d + e))]/((d/(d +
>                                       e)) - 1)) (1/
>               stde)])) r) (d/(d + e)))
> value = \!\(
> \*UnderoverscriptBox[\(\[Sum]\), \(t = 1\), \(\[Infinity]\)]
> \*FractionBox[\((
> \*SubscriptBox[\(ebitda\), \(t\)]\ \((1 - tax)\))\), \(\((1 + wacc)\)^
>      t\)]\) + \!\(
> \*UnderoverscriptBox[\(\[Sum]\), \(t = 1\), \(\[Infinity]\)]
> \*FractionBox[\(\((
> \*SubscriptBox[\(dep\), \(t\)])\)\ tax\), \(\((1 + wacc)\)^
>      t\)]\) - \!\(
> \*UnderoverscriptBox[\(\[Sum]\), \(t = 1\), \(n\)]
> \*FractionBox[\(\((
> \*SubscriptBox[\(d\), \(0\)] -
> \*UnderoverscriptBox[\(\[Sum]\), \(t = 1\), \(n\)]
> \*SubscriptBox[\(d\), \((t - 1)\)])\) \((rf + 1 - \((NormalPValue[\((
> \*FractionBox[\(Log[\((d/\((d + e)\))\)]\), \(\((d/\((d + e)\))\) -
>              1\)])\) \((
> \*FractionBox[\(1\), \(stde\)])\)])\))\)
>      r \((1 - tax)\)\), \(\((1 + wacc)\)^t\)]\) - \!\(
> \*UnderoverscriptBox[\(\[Sum]\), \(t = 1\), \(n\)]
> \*FractionBox[\(
> \*SubscriptBox[\(d\), \(0\)]/n\), \(\((1 + wacc)\)^t\)]\) - Subscript[
>   kinv, 0]
>

```

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