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(Net present value calculation) Big Steve's, makers of swizzle sticks, is considering the purchase of a new plastic stamping machine. This investment requires an initial outlay of and will generate net cash inflows of per year for 11 years. a. What is the project's NPV using a discount rate of 9 percent? Should the project be accepted? Why or why not? b. What is the project's NPV using a discount rate of 13 percent? Should the project be accepted? Why or why not? c. What is this project's internal rate of return? Should the project be accepted? Why or why not? a. If the discount rate is 9 percent, then the project's NPV is (Round to the nearest dollar.) (Related to Checkpoint 11.1 and Checkpoint 11.4) (NPV and IRR calculation) East Coast Television is considering a project with an initial outlay of (you will have to determine this amount). It is expected that the project will produce a positive cash flow of a year at the end of each year for the next 16 years. The appropriate discount rate for this project is 8 percent. If the project has an internal rate of return of 10 percent, what is the project's net present value? a. If the project has an internal rate of return of , then the project's initial outlay is (Round to the nearest cent.) (Related to Checkpoint 11.4) (IRR calculation) Determine the internal rate of return on the following project: An initial outlay of resulting in a cash inflow of at the end of year at the end of year 2 , and at the end of year 3 . This project's internal rate of return is \%. (Round to two decimal places.)

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