Suppose a particular investment project will require an initial cash outlay of $1,000,000 and will generate a cash inflow of $500,000 in each of the next three years. What is the project’s IRR? Suppose a company’s hurdle rate is 15%, should it accept the project? 23%; reject the project 15%; reject the project 15%; accept the project 23%; accept the project . Ibek Semiconductors is evaluating a new etching tool. The equipment costs $1.0m and will generate aftertax cash inflows of $0.4m per year for six years. Assume the firm has a 15% cost of capital. What’s the NPV of the investment? $0.51m $0.45m $1.51m $1.61m . Suppose a particular investment project will generate an immediate cash inflow of $1,000,000 followed by cash outflows of $500,000 in each of the next three years. What is the project’s IRR? Suppose a company’s hurdle rate is 15%, should it accept the project? 23%; reject the project 23%; accept the project 15%; reject the project 15%; accept the project . Consider a project with the following cash flows. Year and Cash Flow 0 = $16,000 1 = 42,000 2 = 27,000
What are the results of IIR? 12.5% 25% 50% 75%. Consider a project with the following cash flows. Year and Cash Flow 0 = 80 1 = 388 2 = 700 3 = 557 4 = 165
What are the results of IIR? 10%, 25%, 50% 10%, 20%, 50% 0%, 10%, 25%, 50% 10%, 25%. An entrepreneur is offered a service contract that will cost him $600,000 initially. The contract has a 5 years of life and will generate an after tax cash inflow of $160,000 per year. The cost of capital of this project is 10.42%. Should the entrepreneur accept the contract? SI NO IS INDIFFERENT. An entrepreneur is offered a service contract that will cost him $600,000 initially. The contract has a 5 years of life and will generate an after tax cash inflow of $160,000 per year. The cost of capital of this project is 10%. What’s the NPV of the project? $6252.88 $6525.88 $6525.88 $6588.25. Yellows, Co., has estimated that a proposed project's 10year annual net cash benefit, received each year end, will be $1,000 with an additional terminal benefit of $1,000 at the end of the tenth year. Assuming that these cash inflows satisfy exactly Yellows, Co. required rate of return of 10 percent, calculate the initial cash outlay. $5,630 $6,530 $6,350 $3,650. A company is considering a project that calls for an initial cash outlay of $50,000. The expected net cash inflows from the project are $7,791 for each of 10 years. What is the IRR of the project? 6% 9% 7.5% 9.5%. Calculate and Match: CF0 $90,000; CF1 $20,000; CF2 $25,000; CF3 $30,000; CF4 $35,000; CF5 $40,000 CF0 $490,000; CF1 $150,000; CF2 $150,000; CF3 $150,000; CF4 $150,000 CF0 $20,000; CF1 $7500; CF2 $7500; CF3 $7500; CF4 $7500; CF5 $7500 CF0 $240,000; CF1 $120,000; CF2 $100,000; CF3 $80,000; CF4 $60,000.
