Question

A project has the following cash flows:

Project

Year Cash Flow

0 -$3,233

1 1,000

2 1,000

3 1,000

4 1,000

Its cost of capital is 10 percent. What is the project’s Net Present Value?

Answer #1

NPV is the profitability of the project. It is the difference between present value of cash inflow - capital outlay.

We discount each years cashflow to the discount factor

**Projects NPV is -63.13**

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0 $-6,240
1 $1,980
2 $3,750
3 ?
4 $1,000
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Year Cash Flow
0 ?
1 $2,000
2 $3,000
3 $3,000
4 $1,500
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Year
Project Cash Flow
0
?
1
$2,000
2
3,000
3
3,000
4
1,500
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__________________________________________
Year Total
(or net) cash flow
_________________________________________
1 $20,000
2 30,000
3 50,000
4 60,000
_________________________________________
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Year Cash
Flow
0
-$100,000
1
30,000
2
40,000
3
60,000
4
90,000
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Year
0
1
2
3
4
Cash Flow -$32,000
$9,000 $10,000
$15,200 $7,800
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Cash Flow
1
$
45,000
2
57,000
3
65,000
4
(48,000
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5
140,000
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Year
Cash Flow
0
-$1,000
1
400
2
300
3
500
4
400
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