Martinez Industries is considering the purchase of new equipment
costing $1,247,000 to replace existing equipment that will be sold
for $180,200. The new equipment is expected to have a $208,000
salvage value at the end of its 7-year life. During the period of
its use, the equipment will allow the company to produce and sell
an additional 31,600 units annually at a sales price of $25 per
unit. Those units will have a variable cost of $12 per unit. The
company will also incur an additional $90,500 in annual fixed
costs.
Calculate the present value of each cash flow assuming an 7%
discount rate. (For calculation purposes, use 4 decimal
places as displayed in the factor table provided and round final
answer to 0 decimal place, e.g. 58,971. Enter negative amounts
using a negative sign preceding the number e.g. -58,971 or
parentheses e.g. (58,971).)
Cash Flow | Present Value | |
---|---|---|
Purchase of new equipment | ||
Salvage of old equipment | ||
Sales revenue | ||
Variable costs | ||
Additional fixed costs | ||
Salvage of new equipment |
Year | Cash Flow | PV @ 7% | Present Value | |||||
a | b | a*b | ||||||
Purchase of new equipment | 0 | -1247000 | 1 | -1247000 | ||||
Salvage of old equipment | 0 | 180200 | 1 | 180200 | ||||
Sales revenue | (31600*25) | 1 to 7. | 790000 | 5.3893 | 4257547 | |||
Variable costs | (31600*12) | 1 to 7. | -379200 | 5.3893 | -2043623 | |||
Additional fixed costs | 1 to 7. | -90500 | 5.3893 | -487732 | ||||
Salvage of new equipment | 7 | 208000 | 0.6228 | 129542 | ||||
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