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The Cambro Foundation, a nonprofit organization, is planning to invest $159,972 in a project that will last for three years. The project will produce net cash inflows as follows:

Year 1 | $ | 62,000 |

Year 2 | $ | 76,000 |

Year 3 | ? | |

Click here to view Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine the appropriate discount factor(s) using table.

**Required:**

Assuming that the project will yield exactly a 11% rate of return, what is the expected net cash inflow for Year 3?

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The Cambro Foundation,
a nonprofit organization, is planning to invest $159,040 in a
project that will last for three years. The project will produce
net cash inflows as follows:
Year 1
$
50,000
Year 2
$
66,000
Year 3
?
Click here to view
Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine the appropriate
discount factor(s) using table.
Required:
Assuming that the
project will yield exactly a 7% rate of return, what is the
expected net cash inflow for Year 3?

Exercise 13-12 Uncertain Cash Flows [LO13-4]
The Cambro Foundation, a nonprofit organization, is planning to
invest $156,420 in a project that will last for three years. The
project will produce net cash inflows as follows:
Year 1
$
60,000
Year 2
$
70,000
Year 3
?
Click here to view Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine
the appropriate discount factor(s) using table.
Required:
Assuming that the project will yield exactly a 9% rate of
return, what is the expected...

Labeau Products, Ltd., of Perth, Australia, has $26,000 to
invest. The company is trying to decide between two alternative
uses for the funds as follows: Invest in Project X Invest in
Project Y Investment required $ 26,000 $ 26,000 Annual cash inflows
$ 7,000 Single cash inflow at the end of 6 years $ 50,000 Life of
the project 6 years 6 years The company’s discount rate is 12%.
Click here to view Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine...

Labeau Products, Ltd., of Perth, Australia, has $34,000 to
invest. The company is trying to decide between two alternative
uses for the funds as follows:
Invest in
Project X
Invest in
Project Y
Investment required
$
34,000
$
34,000
Annual cash inflows
$
9,000
Single cash inflow at the end of
6 years
$
60,000
Life of the project
6
years
6
years
The company’s discount rate is 14%.
Click here to view Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine...

Labeau Products, Ltd.,
of Perth, Australia, has $20,000 to invest. The company is trying
to decide between two alternative uses for the funds as
follows:
Invest in
Project X
Invest in
Project Y
Investment
required
$
20,000
$
20,000
Annual cash
inflows
$
8,000
Single cash
inflow at the end of 6 years
$
50,000
Life of the
project
6
years
6
years
The company’s discount
rate is 18%.
Click here to view
Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine...

Exercise 13-14 Comparison of Projects Using Net Present Value
[LO13-2]
Labeau Products, Ltd., of Perth, Australia, has $35,000 to
invest. The company is trying to decide between two alternative
uses for the funds as follows:
Invest in
Project X
Invest in
Project Y
Investment
required
$
35,000
$
35,000
Annual cash
inflows
$
12,000
Single cash inflow
at the end of 6 years
$
90,000
Life of the
project
6
years
6
years
The company’s discount...

Labeau Products, Ltd., of Perth, Australia, has $25,000 to
invest. The company is trying to decide between two alternative
uses for the funds as follows:
Invest in
Project X
Invest in
Project Y
Investment required
$
25,000
$
25,000
Annual cash inflows
$
8,000
Single cash inflow at the end of 6 years
$
60,000
Life of the project
6 years
6 years
The company’s discount rate is 18%.
Click here to view Exhibit 12B-1 and Exhibit 12B-2, to determine...

Labeau Products, Ltd., of Perth, Australia, has $12,000 to
invest. The company is trying to decide between two alternative
uses for the funds as follows:
Invest in
Project X
Invest in
Project Y
Investment required
$
12,000
$
12,000
Annual cash inflows
$
4,000
Single cash inflow at the end of 6 years
$
28,000
Life of the project
6 years
6 years
The company’s discount rate is 16%.
Click here to view Exhibit 12B-1 and Exhibit 12B-2, to determine...

Exercise 13-14 Comparison of Projects Using Net Present Value
[LO13-2]
Labeau Products, Ltd., of Perth, Australia, has $21,000 to
invest. The company is trying to decide between two alternative
uses for the funds as follows:
Invest in
Project X
Invest in
Project Y
Investment required
$
21,000
$
21,000
Annual cash inflows
$
6,000
Single cash inflow at the end of 6 years
$
40,000
Life of the project
6 years
6 years
The company’s discount rate is 15%.
Click...

Welch Corporation is planning an investment with the following
characteristics (Ignore income taxes.):
Useful life
6
years
Yearly net cash inflow
$
60,000
Salvage value
$
0
Internal rate of return
16
%
Required rate of return
12
%
Click here to view Exhibit 13B-1 and Exhibit 13B-2, to determine
the appropriate discount factor(s) using the tables provided.
The initial cost of the equipment is closest to:
A)Cannot be determined from the given information.
B) $221,100
C) $231,450
D) $300,100

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