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The dollar value a project adds to a firm can be computed using which one of the following analytical methods? A) B) C) D) payback profitability index net present value internal rate of return

average accounting return E) Feedback: Payback measures time, not value. Review sections 6.1 and 6.2.

2 CORRECT

Eastern Express is considering a project with an initial investment of $218,400. Clyde, the general manager, estimates the project will generate additional revenues of $76,200 a year for the next 4 years. How much value will this project add to the firm if the required rate of return is 15.4 percent? A) B) C) D) -$2,599.18 $1,406.19 $9,008.74 $23,406.08

3 INCORRECT

You need to borrow $2,500 quickly and Slimey Joe, the neighborhood loan shark, will give it to you if you promise to repay him $300 a month for the next year. Suppose that Joe's cost of funds is 2 percent per month. From Joe's point of view, what is the net present value of this deal? A) B) C) D) $429.18 $487.08 $542.16 $672.60

$708.34 E) Feedback: The NPV is the present value of the payments minus the initial loan amount. Review section 6.1.

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What is the net present value of the following set of cash flows if the required return is 12.3 percent?

Yr0 = -$244,900; Yr1 = $16,300; Yr2 = $102,900; Yr3 = $141,700; and Yr4 = $137,500 A) B) C) D) -$21,407.18 -$2,619.03 $22,407.01 $37,715.07

$54,116.23 E) Feedback: The first cash flow is a cash outflow at time zero. Review section 6.1.

5 INCORRECT

California Squeaker is considering creating a new website at a cost of $526,000. The website will provide the latest news and gossip from around the state for an annual fee per subscriber of $8.95 a year. The company expects to collect fees totaling $44,750 in year 1, $89,500 in year 2, and $304,300 per year for years 3 through 5. After year 5, the company believes the website will be worthless due to technological advancements. What is the potential value to the firm from this project given a 16 percent discount rate? A) B) C) D) $62,406.91 $86,986.17 $102,008.49 $121,603.13

$146,900.03 E) Feedback: The potential value is the NPV of the project. Review section 6.1.

6 CORRECT

Would you accept a project which is expected to pay $8,600 a year for 7 years if the initial investment is $39,800 and your required return is 13.65 percent? Why or why not? A) B) C) D) no; The NPV is -$2,523. no; The NPV is -$989. no; The NPV is -$413. yes; The NPV is $3,011.

7 INCORRECT

Which of the following are strengths of the NPV method of analysis? I. the consideration of every cash flow related to a project

II. the analysis is based on cash flows III. the profits and losses expected over the life of a project are considered IV. time value of money is considered A) B) C) D) I and II only II and IV only I, III, and IV only II, III, and IV only

I, II, and IV only E) Feedback: Correct, but time value of money is also considered. Review section 6.1.

8 INCORRECT

Which of the following statements are correct? I. The NPV of a project will increase if the required discount rate is decreased. II. A financial manager acts in the shareholders' best interests by identifying and implementing positive NPV projects. III. The discount rate used in the NPV computation is the opportunity cost of the project. IV. A project with an NPV equal to zero is earning a return exactly equal to its required return. A) B) C) D) I and II only II and III only II, III, and IV only I, II, and IV only

I, II, III, and IV E) Feedback: Statements III and IV are also correct. Review section 6.1.

9 CORRECT

You are considering a project that costs $156,700 and has expected cash flows of $31,000, $58,300, and $113,600 per year over the next three years, respectively. What is the net present value of the project if the appropriate discount rate is 14.7 percent? A) B) C) D) -$10,077.43 -$7,251.43 $4,616.08 $13,909.18

10

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is a dollar comparison of a project's cost to the present value of the B) project's benefits. is equal to zero when the discount rate applied is less than the internal C) rate of return (IRR). is simplified by the fact that the discount rate applicable to an individual D) project is easy to determine. requires a firm to set an arbitrary cutoff point in time for determining E) whether or not a project should be accepted. Feedback: If only the initial investment is considered, the NPV would always be negative and all projects would be rejected. Review section 6.1.

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