Scenario Analysis vs Sensitivity Analysis

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Scenario Analysis vs Sensitivity Analysis is a tool used to compare and contrast these two types of analysis. Scenario analysis involves developing plausible scenarios based on different future trends, and analyzing the potential implications of each scenario. Sensitivity analysis involves testing the impact of changes to different variables or assumptions on the outcomes of a business or project. While both types of analysis can be useful, scenario analysis is typically used for strategic planning and risk management, while sensitivity analysis is more commonly used for financial modeling.


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