Question

You've estimated the following cash flows (in $) for a project:

The required return is 8.5%.

What is the IRR for the project?

What is the NPV of the project?

A | B | |

1 | Year | Cash flow |

2 | 0 | -3,320 |

3 | 1 | 974 |

4 | 2 | 1,281 |

5 | 3 | 1,875 |

Answer #1

NPV 134

IRR 10.504%

You've estimated the following cash flows (in $) for a
project:
A
B
1
Year
Cash flow
2
0
-3,430
3
1
974
4
2
1,281
5
3
1,996
The required return is 8.5%.
1. What is the IRR for the project?
2. What is the NPV of the project?
3 .What should you do?
Check all that apply:
Reject the project based on its NPV
Reject the project based on its IRR
Accept the project based on its IRR...

Intro
You've estimated the following cash flows (in $) for a
project:
A B
1 Year Cash flow
2 0 -3,200
3 1 974
4 2 1,281
5 3 1,647
The required return is 8.5%.
Attempt 1/1 for 10 pts.
Part 1
What is the IRR for the project?
Submit
Attempt 1/1 for 10 pts.
Part 2
What is the NPV of the project?
Submit
Attempt 1/1 for 10 pts.
Part 3
What should you do?
Check all that apply:...

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?

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...

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?

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...

Given the following cash flows for a capital project, calculate
the NPV and IRR. The required rate of return is 8 percent.
Year
0
1
2
3
4
5
Cash Flows
$-37004
$11550
$12750
$16800
$10700
$5350
NPV=4947. IRR=18.0%
NPV=4947. IRR=9.9%
NPV=9464. IRR=9.9%
NPV=9464. IRR=18.0%

Carland, Inc., has a project available with the following cash
flows. If the required return for the project is 8.1 percent, what
is the project's NPV?
Year Cash Flow
0 −$260,000
1 68,700
2 92,600
3 118,800
4 71,700
5 −12,200
Multiple Choice
$29,347.72
$15,004.25
$37,612.50
$17,147.72
$21,082.94

The following table shows the cash flows for a project. The
required rate of return in 20%. Compute the IRR.
Year
Project cash flow
0
-$120,000
1
$100,000
2
$40,000
3
$10,000
Group of answer choices
17%
20%
18%
19%

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