Finance 2 Final Exam
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Finance 2 Final Exam
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In financial decision making, which statement is FALSE?
The formula “NPV = PVsavings – Initial Investment” is the general formula for NPV and works for all NPV problems. (T/F?)
NPV has relevance to our personal lives, not merely business. (T/F?)
What is the NPV of this arrow diagram “A Lump Sum Deal”? Discount rate = 9%.
What is the NPV of this arrow diagram “An Annuity Deal”? Discount rate = 12%.
Chaining to obtain equal timeframe is useful when working a problem that deals with:
Profitability Index (PI) is useful when working a problem that deals with:
What is wrong with this cash flow if you are NPV’ing with Excel?
Stock Price is fundamentally an NPV calculation. (T/F?)
When doing stock price calculations, The Big Green Arrow is necessary. (T/F?)
Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC):
What is the NPV of ZoomQuats, LLC’s free-cash-flow forecast?
There is a complete change over to more modern equipment forecasted for Year 4. Assume a 13% discount rate (equity only).
If ZoomQuats LLC has seven owners, each who have 50 shares, what is the share price of ZoomQuats, based on NPV?
What is the present value of a perpetuity of $100, assuming 10% discount rate?