Question

Assume a $100,000 investment and the following cash flows for two alternatives. Year Investment A Investment B 1 $ 30,000 $ 45,000 2 35,000 30,000 3 25,000 50,000 4 20,000 — 5 15,000 — a. Calculate the payback for investment A and B. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.)

Answer #1

Inv A | ||

Year | Cash flow stream | Cumulative cash flow |

0 | -100000 | -100000 |

1 | 30000 | -70000 |

2 | 35000 | -35000 |

3 | 25000 | -10000 |

4 | 20000 | 10000 |

5 | 15000 | 25000 |

Payback period is the time by which undiscounted cashflow cover the intial investment outlay | |||||

this is happening between year 3 and 4 | |||||

therefore by interpolation payback period = 3 + (0-(-10000))/(10000-(-10000)) | |||||

3.5 Years |

Inv B | ||

Year | Cash flow stream | Cumulative cash flow |

0 | -100000 | -100000 |

1 | 45000 | -55000 |

2 | 30000 | -25000 |

3 | 50000 | 25000 |

Payback period is the time by which undiscounted cashflow cover the intial investment outlay | |||||

this is happening between year 2 and 3 | |||||

therefore by interpolation payback period = 2 + (0-(-25000))/(25000-(-25000)) | |||||

2.5 Years |

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