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Course: FINA 3770, Fall 2008
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Management Problem Financial Set 4 Basic Capital Budgeting Problems Summer II 2001 1. A project under consideration at Robert's Chemical Company would cost \$10 million and return benefits of \$6 million, \$5 million, and \$4 million at the end of years 1 through 3, respectively. Calculate the NPV at 10%, and then calculate the internal rate of return. A project under consideration at Stanley's Chemical Company...

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