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What is cash flow as a result of change in net working capital at year 2?

Year | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

Inventory | 12 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 14 |

Accounts payable | 5 | 2 | 7 | 9 | 6 |

Answer #1

what is the terminal year cash flow (year 6)
change in net working capital from year 0 is $3,779,000.00; salvage
value is $4,800,000.00;

For project A, the cash flow effect from the change in net
working capital is expected to be -1,100 dollars at time 2, the
level of net working capital is expected to be 1,000 dollars at
time 0, and the level of net working capital is expected to be
1,100 dollars at time 2. What is the cash flow effect from the
change in net working capital expected to be at time 1?

The following table contains financial forecasts as well as
current (period 0) working capital levels for The Greek Connection
company.
($000)
0
1
2
3
4
5
Net Income
5
8
10
50
32
Depreciation
2
3
3
4
5
Capital Expenditures
10
10
1
0
0
Levels of Working Capital
Accounts Receivable
6
6
4
7
15
10
Inventory
2
2
4
10
8
4
Accounts Payable
2
4
4
3
2
2
For period 3, compute the level...

What is the Increase in Working Capital in Year 2?
At the end of year:
0
1
2
3
4
5
Inventory
30
33
36
40
40
40
Accounts Receivable
20
22
24
26
26
26
Accounts Payable
15
17
19
21
21
21

For project A, the cash flow effect from the change in net
working capital is expected to be -700 dollars at time 2 and the
level of net working capital is expected to be 1,400 dollars at
time 1. What is the level of current liabilities for project A
expected to be at time 2 if the level of current assets for project
A is expected to be 4,400 dollars at time 2?
For project A, the cash flow effect...

For project A, the cash flow effect from the change in net
working capital is expected to be -100 dollars at time 2 and the
level of net working capital is expected to be 1,600 dollars at
time 1. What is the level of current liabilities for project A
expected to be at time 2 if the level of current assets for project
A is expected to be 2,900 dollars at time 2?
For project A, the cash flow effect...

Canyon Tours showed the following components of working capital
last year:
a) What was the change in net working capital during the year?
(negative amount should be indicated by a minus sign)
b) If sales were $36,000 and costs were $24,000, what was cash
flow for the year? Ignore taxes.
Beginning
End of Year
Accounts Receivable
24,000
23,000
Inventory
12,000
12,500
Accounts Payable
14,500
16,500

For project A, the cash flow effect from the change in net
working capital is expected to be 700 dollars at time 2 and the
level of net working capital is expected to be 2,200 dollars at
time 2. What is the level of current liabilities for project A
expected to be at time 1 if the level of current assets for project
A is expected to be 8,300 dollars at time 1?

For project A, the cash flow effect from the change in net
working capital is expected to be -300 dollars at time 2 and the
level of net working capital is expected to be 1,800 dollars at
time 2. What is the level of current assets for project A expected
to be at time 1 if the level of current liabilities for project A
is expected to be 4,700 dollars at time 1?

For project A, the cash flow effect from the change in net
working capital is expected to be -900 dollars at time 2 and the
level of net working capital is expected to be 1,600 dollars at
time 2. What is the level of current assets for project A expected
to be at time 1 if the level of current liabilities for project A
is expected to be 4,900 dollars at time 1?

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