Question

The discounted payback rule may cause:

Both some positive net present value projects to be rejected; and some projects with negative net present values to be accepted.

projects to be incorrectly accepted due to ignoring the time value of money.

some positive net present value projects to be rejected. some projects with negative net present values to be accepted.

the most liquid projects to be rejected in favor of less liquid projects.

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Answer is some positive net present value projects to be rejected. some projects with negative net present values to be accepted

Projects with positive NPV would be rejected if they do not meet the discounted payback criteria e.g. If a project has positive NPV but discounted payback period of 5 years then it may be rejected it the company wants discounted pBP of 3 years

Similarly if project has negative NPV i.e. negative cash flow occur after the discounted PBP

Rossiter Restaurants is evaluating several new projects. Applying
the discounted payback decision rule to all projects may cause:
A) some positive net present value projects to be
rejected
B) some projects to be accepted which would otherwise be
rejected under the payback rule
C) Projects to be incorrectly accepted due to ignoring the
time value of money
D) The most liquid projects to be rejected in favor of less
liquid projects.
E) a firm to become more long-term focused.

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NPV rule states that, “An investment should be accepted if the net
present value ( NPV) is positive and rejected if it is negative.”
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Payback Rule
Discounted Payback Period
Net Present Value
Internal Rate of Return
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why? Describe several ways you may be able to use the techniques
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The discount rate that makes the net present value of an
investment exactly equal to zero is the:
A)
Payback period.
B)
Internal rate of return.
C)
Average accounting return.
D)
Profitability index.
E)
Discounted payback period.
12.
The internal rate of return (IRR) rule can be best stated
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A)
An investment is acceptable if its IRR is exactly equal to its
net present value (NPV).
B)
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a financing project:
A) A financing project should be accepted if, and only if, the
NPV is exactly equal to zero.
B) An investment project should be accepted only if the NPV is
equal to the initial cash
flow.
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present value projects but cannot obtain financing for those
projects is referred to as:
a. sensitivity planning.
b. a contingency situation.
c. capital rationing.
d. a discounted cash flow.
e. a sunk cost situation.

Which of the following is not a net present value (NPV)
decision rule?
A When choosing among
independent projects, select the one with the highest rate of
return
B If an independent
investment’s NPV is negative, reject the project
C If an independent
investment’s NPV is positive, accept the project
D When choosing among
mutually exclusive projects, select the one with the highest
NPV

Project A has a net present value of $1,500, a payback period of
2 years, and an internal rate of return of 12%. Project
B has a net present value of $1,800, a payback period of 4 years,
and an internal rate of return of 10%. Project C has a
netpresent value of $1,750, a payback period of 3 years, and an
internal rate of return of 11%. If the projects are
mutually exclusive, which project should be undertaken?
A.
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budgeting techniques mentioned in the book, and she concluded that
both projects are acceptable. According to this information, which
of the following statements is correct?
a. Each project has a discounted payback (DPB) that is greater
than its useful life (n).
b. Both projects should be purchased.
c. Both projects have internal rates of return (IRRs) that are
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d. One project has...

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