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A quantitative method may be sensitive to changes in the parameters involved in comparing alternatives. A careful analyst conducts a sensitivity analysis to see if the situation's outcome is susceptible to small changes in such parameters (say 5%). Is Decision Analysis susceptible to such a sensitivity analysis and how might it be conducted?

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Yes, decision analysis is susceptible to such a sensitivity analysis. It can be conducted by changing one of ...

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