Pragmatic approach: 1. Segment into types of vehicles 2. Estimate pollution intensity per vehicle type (e.g., if it takes 30 seconds to pass the roundabout on average, what is the pollution per... (more)

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Hi, I think your approach has its merits. However, I believe your assumptions are overly aggressive - 3 radio stations in a small town is A LOT. Now the challenge is to come up with numbers... (more)

I think there are 2 issues in your approach - 1. You started first with age group and then shifted to households Households will have people less than 15 and more than 50 years of age. In your... (more)

Hi, You may use several methods: Discounted cash flows from the rent + other revenue streams (e.g. observation deck, souvenirs, events, etc) The fair value of assets (land, building) Benc... (more)

Hi Anonymous, as mentioned by Elias, the fact that you don't get the exact number is not a major problem in a market sizing so far that you are not an order of magnitude above or below the real num... (more)

Hi, assuming that with the term „guesstimating question“ you are referring to market sizing questions, please find bit of advice below: Most market sizing questions can be solved in more than... (more)

So you'll just need to brush up a bit on your high-school geometry / trigonometry / mensuration. Best to solve these by drawing it out on a piece of paper. Roughly, a plane is: - a long cylinder... (more)