Question

- Two projects being considered are mutually exclusive and have the following cash flows:

Year |
Project A |
Project B |

0 |
-$50,000 |
-$50,000 |

1 |
15,000 |
0 |

2 |
15,000 |
0 |

3 |
15,000 |
0 |

4 |
15,000 |
0 |

5 |
15,000 |
99,000 |

If the required rate of return on these projects is 10 percent, which would be chosen and why?

Answer #1

Mutually exclusive refers to a set of projects out of which only
one project can be accepted.

We can determine the net present values (NPV) of the projects using
excel as:

So, the NPV of project A is $6861.80 and NPV of project B is
$11471.21.

The project with higher value of NPV should be accepted because
higher value of NPV will increase the shareholders' value by higher
amount.

**Answer: Hence, project B should be
accepted.**

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Project A
Project B
0
−$50,000
−$50,000
1
15,625
0
2
15,625
0
3
15,625
0
4
15,625
0
5
1,562
89,500
If the required rate of return on these projects is 13 percent,
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a.
Project B because of higher NPV.
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c.
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Year
Project A
Project B
0
−$50,000
−$50,000
1
15,625
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2
15,625
0
3
15,625
0
4
15,625
0
5
1,562
89,500
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Project A
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0
-$82,000
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1
34,000
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2
34,000
0
3
34,000
108,000
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0
$(90,000)
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1
32,000
0
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32,000
0
3
32,000
0
4
32,000
0
5
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0
-5,600
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1
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2
2,148
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0
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1
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3
15,000
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0
$(110,000)
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1
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