Because the

expected value of a claim depends on both its

3) But using monetary figures for the value of life the government itself has used, the

expected value of a mortality risk of 1 in 100,000 is $60.

05 [euro] Probability Scenario 1 90% 80%

Expected Value 0.

The

expected value of the lottery to entrant i is represented by the vertical segment (a, b), and expected consumer surplus is equal to the area of the triangle ([phi] P(0), [phi]P*, c).

The value of this perfect information can be expressed as the

expected value with perfect information minus the

expected value without perfect information.

is greater than the

expected value of the log by half the variance ([sigma].

0 million Table 2 NPV Analysis for the "Best" EMR High Functionality Low Functionality High Interoperability $1,700,000 $1,100,000 Moderate Interoperability $1,200,000 $900,000 Low Interoperability ($500,000) ($800,000) Mean NPV=$601,667 Table 3 NPV Analysis for the "Outstanding" EMR High Functionality Low Functionality High Interoperability $2,000,000 $1,500,000 Moderate Interoperability $1,000,000 $(500,000) Low Interoperability ($1,000,000) ($1,500,000) Mean NPV=$250,000 Figure 1 Outcomes Map for "Best" EMR NPV Probability

Expected Value $1,700,000 0.

The

expected value for sales in this case is less clear because sales are increasing at a reduced rate, at least for the years being evaluated, as compared with Example 1.

5 million, the

expected value is somewhat higher than the single outcome estimate.

The iSold It stores - including those in Chatsworth, Agoura Hills and Tarzana - accept items with an

expected value of $30 or more, weigh less than 150 pounds and measure less than 130 inches in length and girth combined (the service defines ``girth'' as the sum of the two shortest sides of the item multiplied by two).

It prompts users to enter information on the services being provided, the patient's benefits information and their organization's financial policies, and then determines the applicable estimated patient balance given the contractual

expected value of the claim.

Therefore, in concert with Assumption I, it is generally assumed that the common

expected value is equal to Y, i.