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1) A problem analysis is defined as an investigation required for the causes of an incident, issue or failure. This is done to identify improvements to systems, processes, procedures, designs and culture.
2) Root cause analysis (RCA) is coined as a collective term that describes a wide range of tools, techniques and approaches used to uncover causes of problems.
3) Duration analysis is a technique which is used to quantify the interest rate risk associated with bonds.
4) Activity based costing is an accounting method that traces overhead costs to activities and then assigns them to objects.
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1. Explain Problem Analysis 2. Explain Root Cause Analysis 3. Explain Duration Analysis 4. Explain Activity-Based...
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