Multiple Missing Information
The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the use of graphic procedures for dealing with multiple missing information through a review of an inexpensive but versatile graphic package called the Equation Plotter. For an example of multiple missing information, suppose one is faced with two alternatives. The first alternative scores $100 on benefits, but is unknown on costs. The second alternative score is unknown on benefits, but scores $60 on costs. Which alternative should be adopted?
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