Question

You've estimated the following cash flows (in $) for two mutually exclusive projects:

Year | Project A | Project B |

0 | -5,600 | -8,400 |

1 | 1,325 | 1,325 |

2 | 2,148 | 2,148 |

3 | 4,193 | 8,192 |

The required return for both projects is 8%.

Part 1 : What is the IRR for project A? 3+ Decimals

Part 2 What is the IRR for project B? 3+ Decimals

Part 3 Which project seems better according to the IRR method? Project A or Project B

Part 4 What is the NPV for project A?

Part 5 What is the NPV for project B?

Which project seems better according to the NPV method? Project A or Project B

Compare the answers to parts 3 and 6. If both projects are mutually exclusive, which one should you accept? Project A or Project B

Answer #1

Intro
You've estimated the following cash flows (in $) for two
mutually exclusive projects:
Year
Project A
Project B
0
-5,500
-8,250
1
1,325
1,325
2
2,148
2,148
3
4,010
7,918
The required return for both projects is 8%.
Attempt 1/10 for 10 pts.
Part 1
What is the IRR for project A?
Submit
Attempt 1/10 for 10 pts.
Part 2
What is the IRR for project B?
Submit
Attempt 1/5 for 10 pts.
Part 3
Which project seems better...

You've estimated the
following cash flows (in $) for two projects:
Year
Project A
Project B
0
-5,100
-7,650
1
1,325
1,325
2
2,148
2,148
3
3,444
6,967
The required return
for both projects is 8%.
What is the NPV for
project A?
What is the NPV for
project B?
Which project seems
better according to the NPV method?
Project A or Project B

You've estimated the
following cash flows (in $) for two projects:
Year
Project A
Project B
0
-5,400
-8,100
1
1,325
1,325
2
2,148
2,148
3
3,942
7,751
The required return
for both projects is 8%.
A:What is the NPV for
project A?
B:What is the NPV for
project B?
C:Which project seems
better according to the NPV method?

You've estimated the following cash flows (in $) for a
project:
A
B
1
Year
Cash flow
2
0
-5,400
3
1
1,325
4
2
2,148
5
3
2,258
Attempt 3/10 for 6 pts.
Part 1
What is the IRR for the project?

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0
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0
3
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0
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Year
Project A
Project B
0
−$50,000
−$50,000
1
15,625
0
2
15,625
0
3
15,625
0
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0
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Year
Project Y
Project Z
0
–$1,500
–$1,500
1
$200
$900
2
$400
$600
3
$600
$300
4
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a.If your decision rule is to accept the project with the
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b. Since you are fully aware of the IRR rule's scale
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Year
Project A
Project B
0
-$82,000
-$82,000
1
34,000
0
2
34,000
0
3
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