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Chapter 9 – Capital Budgeting Capital Budgeting Learning Objectives 1. Identify the cash flows associated with capital budgeting decisions. (Unit 9.1) 2. Explain the time value of money and calculate present values of lump sums and annuities. (Unit 9.2) 3. Use net present value to determine the acceptability of a project. (Unit 9.3) 4. Use the internal rate of return to determine the acceptability of a project. (Unit 9.3) 5. Calculate a project’s payback period. (Unit 9.4) 6. Calculate a project’s accounting rate of return. (Unit 9.4) Summary of End of Chapter Material Difficulty: E = Easy, M = Moderate, D = Difficult Bloom: K = Knowledge, C = Comprehension, AP = Application, AN = Analysis, S = Synthesis, E = Evaluation AACSB : A = Analytic, C = Communication, E = Ethics AICPA FN: DM = Decision modeling, RA = Risk Analysis, M = Measurement, R = Reporting, RS = Research, T = Technology AICPA PC: C = Communication, I = Interaction, L = Leadership, P = Professional demeanor, PM = Project Management, PS = Problem Solving and Decision Making, T = Technology IMA: BA = Business applications, BP = Budget Preparation, CM = Cost Management, DA = Decision Analysis, ID = Investment Decisions, PM = Performance Measurement, R = Reporting, SP = Strategic Planning Item L. O. Difficulty Level Minutes to Complete Bloom’s Taxonomy AACSB AICPA FN AICPA PC IMA Ethics Coverage GUIDED UNIT PREPARATION Unit 9.1 1 1 E 2 K A R C ID 2 1 M 8 C A DM PS ID 3 1 M 3 C A M PS ID Unit 9.2 1 2 E 1 K A M PS ID 2 2 M 2 K A M PS ID 3 2 E 1 K A M PS ID Unit 9.3 1 3 M 3 K A M PS ID 2 3 E 2 C A M PS ID 3 3 D 3 C, AN A M PS ID 4 3 D 4 C A M PS ID 5 4 E 3 K A M PS ID 6 4 M 2 C A M PS ID Unit 9.4 1 5 E 2 K A DM PS ID 2 5 D 4 C A M PS ID 3 6 E 3 K A M PS ID 4 6 M 3 C A M PS ID 9-1 CHAPTER 9 ph ot o: © jsn yd er de sig n / iSt oc kp ho to
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Solutions for Davis & Davis, Managerial Accounting , 2 nd ed. Item L. O. Difficulty Level Minutes to Complete Bloom’s Taxonomy AACSB AICPA FN AICPA PC IMA Ethics Coverage EXERCISES 9-1 1 M 12 AP A M PS ID 9-2 1 M 10-12 AP A M PS ID 9-3 2 E 8 AP A M PS ID 9-4 2 E 4 AP A M PS ID 9-5 2 M 12 AP A M PS ID 9-6 2 M 10 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-7 3 M 15 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-8 3 D 8-10 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-9 3 E 8 AP A M PS ID 9-10 3 E 10 AP A M PS ID 9-11 4 E 8 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-12 4 E 8-10 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-13 4 M 10 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-14 5 E 8 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-15 5 M 4 AP A M PS ID 9-16 5 M 10-15 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-17 6 M 10-12 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-18 6 D 8-10 AP A DM PS ID 9-19 6 D 8 AP A M PS ID PROBLEMS 9-20 2 D 15 AP, AN, E A DM PS ID 9-21 3 D 20-25 AP, AN, E A DM PS ID 9-22 3 M 20-25 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-23 3 M 15 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-24 4 M 12-15 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-25 3, 4 D 30-35 AP, AN, E A DM PS ID 9-26 5, 6 M 20 AP A DM PS ID 9-27 3, 4, 5 D 30-35 AP, AN, E A DM PS ID 9-28 3, 4, 5 D 25-30 AP A DM PS ID 9-29 3, 4, 5, 6 M 20-25 AP, AN A DM PS ID C&C CONTINUING CASE 9-30 1, 3 D 25-30 AP, AN A DM PS ID CASES 9-31 3 D 55-60 AP, AN A DM PS ID 9-32 3 D 25-30 AP, AN, E E R C BA 9-2
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Chapter 9 – Capital Budgeting SOLUTIONS TO GUIDED UNIT PREPARATION Unit 9.1 1. Capital assets are assets that are expected to generate economic benefits for more than one year. They are frequently referred to as property, plant, and equipment.
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