CEVE 322-ENGI 303 Spring 2009 midterm_2_

CEVE 322-ENGI 303 Spring 2009 midterm_2_ - Name: Pledge:...

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Name: Pledge: CEVE 322/ENGI 303 First Midterm Spring 2009 Open book, open Excel, open class notes, unlimited time. Due by 2pm, February 16, 2009. May be turned in to my box in Ryon Lab in a sealed envelope. Each problem is equally weighted. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Remember: Cash Flow = Net Income + Book Depreciation + Deferred Taxes Cash Flow = Revenues- Cash Expenses – Tax Depreciation - Current Taxes + Tax Depreciation Taxable Income = Net Income + Book Taxes + Book Depreciation – Tax Depreciation Taxable Income = Revenues-Cash Expenses– Tax Depreciation
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1. Your client is considering the following mutually exclusive alternative investments: Year A B C D E 0 -50 -75 -125 -300 -400 1 5 20 10 100 75 2 10 20 20 100 150 3 15 20 30 100 225 4 20 20 40 100 0 5 25 20 50 0 0 a. By inspection which alternative may readily be eliminated? b. Assuming your MARR = 10% and using the IRR method, which projects are acceptable? c. Assuming your MARR = 10% and using the IRR method, determine the best
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course CEVE 322 taught by Professor Segner during the Spring '10 term at Rice.

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