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Unformatted text preview: ISE 2014 Engineering Economy Final exam — Fall 2008 December 12, 2008 Name (Printed) Honor Pledge: l have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance on this test. (Signed) IF YOU ARE IN THE WRONG TEST LOCATION YOUR EXAM WILL NOT BE GRADED! Please circle your section and your major. 9:05am - 93664 10:10am - 93663 lSE Major Mech. Eng. Major Other Major This test is closed book, closed notes. Enter your responses on the OPSCAN form in the appropriate places—and double-check to make sure your answers correspond to the right number on the test. Questions 1-39 should be recorded on the OPSCAN form, questions 40-42 should be answered on this test. Partial credit will be awarded for questions 40—42. Failure to complete this first page of the test with your correct personal information will result in a five point deduction (-5) in your overall test score. ' Please wait until you are told to begin to start working on the test. When time is called, stop working immediately. Continuing to work after time has been called is considered a violation of the Honor Code. Any use of a PDA, cellular telephone, pager, or other communication device during the exam is considered a violation of the Honor Code. You must present your Hokie Passport when handing in your test. CALCULATOR SHARING IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME DURING THIS EXAMINATION. Do Not Write Below This Line (Office use only) Problem 40 Problem 41 Problem 42 TOTAL SCORE (12 points) Acme Oil Company must install antipollution equipment in a new refinery to meet federal clean air regulations. Acme is contemplating what form of depreciation it should use. Use the information on the antipollution equipment below to answer the set of multiple-choice questions. Assume the salvage value of this equipment is $150,000 at the end of a ten-year useful life. [IMPORTANT NOTE. IN AN ATTEMPT TO KEEP YOU FROM CARRYING ERRORS FORWARD, PLEASE ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW PERTINENT TO ANY INFORMATION GIVEN IN THAT SECTION, EVEN IF IT MAY CONFLICT WITH AN ANSWER YOU PREVIOUSLY GAVE.] 1. What is the cost basis, B, for this asset? (2 points) a. $760,000 b. $700,000 $610,000 $850,000 2. Using straight line depreciation, how much depreciation is taken each year? (Assume B=$850,000) (2 points) a. $85,000 @ $70,000 c. $76,000 d. $66,000 3. Using straight line depreciation, what is the book value (after depreciation) at the end of ten years? (Assume B=$850,000) (2 points) a. $0 b. $100,000 c. $125,200 $150,000 4. Using MACRS depreciation and a five year recovery period, how much depreciation is taken in the third year? (Assume B=$850,000) (2 points) a. $84,000 b. $145,920 0. $73,200 $163,200 Using MACRS depreciation (five-year recovery period), what is the book value after depreciation at the end of year 4? (Assume B=$850,000) (2 points) (5) $146,880 b. $131,328 0. $105,408 d. $120,960 Using MACRS depreciation (five-year recovery period), what is the book value after depreciation at the end of year 6? (Assume B=$850,000) (2 points) a. $35,136 b. $48,960 $150,000 $0 (28 points) Each of the following should be answered T(rue) or F(alse). One point each. For T(rue) record the response and for F(alse) record the response 7. T 6) When considering Cost Alternatives each alternative has only cost estimates for cash flows. 8. T CF) When considering Investment Alternatives each alternative has only cost estimates for cash flows. F When considering Investment Alternatives each alternative may generate cost and revenue estimates for cash flows. 10. F When considering Cost Alternatives each alternative may generate cost and revenue estimates for cash flows the viable projects may be selected from the set of alternatives. 12. F When conducting 3 PW analysis to choose the “best” project from a set of mutually exclusive alternatives, the alternatives must be 11. ® F When considering Mutually Exclusive Alternatives only one of compared over an equal number of years. 13. F When conducting a PW analysis among mutually exclusive alternatives you select the alternative with the greatest present worth. 14. T (F) When conducting a PW analysis of unequal lived alternatives using the least common multiple of lives method you must take inflation into account. 15. T (9 If you use the FW factor to compare alternatives, you would select the alternative that has the minimum future worth. 16. G) 17. @ F One method for an organization to generate capital for expansion is by issuing bonds. Stocks and bonds are both available to individual investors. 18. The face value of a bond is the amount that must be paid to purchase the bond. for selecting the best alternative from among a group is that the services are needed for an indefinite period of time. F 19. T CF) Among the assumptions that must be made to use the AW method 20. T ® If the calculated rate of return, i, for a given alternative is less than the MARR, the alternative is economically attractive. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 6) (3 CD _' —| 69696136} 61) @6136) F For higher interest rates, future cash flows are less valuable than they would be at lower interest rates. “Do Nothing" is a possible option for investment alternatives. When using the MACRS depreciation method, if an asset is kept beyond its depreciable life its depreciation is zero for the remaining years. The useful life of an asset is always equal to or less than the depreciable life of the asset. After tax cash flow equals before tax cash flow minus depreciation. When mutually exclusive alternatives have different useful lives and repeatability is assumed, then you can directly compare PW over their respective (different) useful lives. When mutually exclusive alternatives have different useful lives and repeatability is assumed, you can just multiply the PW at the useful life by the number of times the life would need to be repeated. The Declining Balance method of depreciation depreciates an asset to zero over its useful life. When comparing pure cost only alternatives, select the one with the greatest rate of return on the total project. Alan Greenspan is the current chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. “Subprime lending” refers to lending at a rate below the prime interest rate, and is used to extend credit to people who cannot afford to pay the prime interest rate. The Federal Funds Rate is the interest rate that banks pay each other for overnight loans kept on deposit at the Federal Reserve Bank. “Selling short” refers to selling bonds with a short time to maturity (typically under 2 years). The “twin thieves,” according to Chuck Altice, are taxes and inflation. 35. 36. 37. 38. Rate of Alternative Return . . -§- 17.99% $15,800 $5,200 $3,500 . With a state income tax rate of 7% and a federal income tax rate of 34%, which of the following is closest to the effective income tax rate? (2 points) 38.6% b. 41.0% c. 36.4% d. 27.0% A company is considering the three mutually exclusive alternatives below. The investment period is 4 years (equal lives) and the MARR is 12%. (5 points) Net Annual Initial Cost Income Salvae Value 19.22% $12 000 $4,000 $3 000 $8,000 $2,500 $1 500 Which alternative should the company select? 4)” ALB W‘t'M“ 6’ BA . Alt t' A v...) I a “2:321:32 B Wsijow l,éwo(1°/A)IS%LD+@/>fl°/lj 3‘2) 0. AlternativeC 3‘93'73 0‘63: d. Do Nothing PM: was“) $de Bill Mitselfik borrowed $5,000 which is to be repaid in quarterly installments over the next 5 years. The interest rate he is being charged is 12% per year, compounded quarterly. His quarterly payment is closest to: (2 points) a. $210.00 ,0: 3'2 /fllr ¢ b. $274.00 g c. $325.00 A; SjwzJA/rjflj 9.5) 3 334 ems-co 0.0570 How many years will it take for a uniform annual deposit of size A to have the same value as a single deposit now that is 10 times the size of one annual deposit? The rate of return is 8% per year. (2 points) /z>A=M(A)?’%/\) (in/Algaflii/b a. Between 9 and 10 years b. Between 13 and 14 years c. Between 17 and 18 years CE) Between 20 and 21 years e. None of the above 39. During a particular year a corporation has $4.5 million in revenue, $3.1 million of operating expenses, and depreciation expenses of $0.8 million. Using the corporate federal tax rates provided, what is the federal income tax this corporation will have to pay for this tax year? (2 points) a. $210,000 4,3, BJJDK = aé b. $234,000 $90,100 $204,000 THE QUESTIONS BELOW ARE NOT TO BE ANSWERED ON THE OPSCAN FORM! 40. Acme Manufacturing is considering the purchase of an additional machine in the shower curtain ring division. The specifics of the machine cost, life, and anticipated revenue and costs are in the table below. Machine X Y First costs $40,000 $25,000 Annual expenses $6,250 $8,550 Annual revenue $18,250 $15,150 Salvage value at end of project life $18,000 $3,750 Proiect life gyears) 5 10 IRR 23% 24% Acme has a before-tax MARR of 15%. Which machine should Acme purchase? Provide any calculations necessary to support your decision. (8 points) (MAL; v#q;»(A/Q/rz)5§+ Lilo» + Ajbwfll/fi ISZJQ : $0937, ’75 00783 0J45’3 A WY 3 # gow(A/Q/(z)/§4 g] @304 gym/@3229 :92 g¢;,357 o, /7‘73 ‘7'qu AM>JDYWV QMZC’IL MM 41. Your company has just signed a three-year nonrenewable contract with the city of New Orleans for earthmoving work. You are investigating the purchase of heavy construction equipment for this job. The equipment has a cost basis of $200,000 and qualities for five-year MACRS depreciation. At the end of the three-year contract you expect to sell the equipment for $70,000. If the projected operating expense for the equipment is $65,000 per year, what is the after-tax equivalent uniform annual cost of owning and operating this equipment? The effective income tax rate is 40% and the after-tax MARR is 12% per year. (20 points) EOY BTCF —$200,000 -$200,000 —65,000 $40,000 -$105,000 $42,000 -23,000 —65,000 64,000 -129,000 51,600 —1 3 ,400 -65,000 19,200 —84,200 33 ,680 —31,320 70,000 —6,800 2,720 72,720 EUAC(12%) = [$200,000 + $23,000(P/F, 12%, 1) + $13,400(P/F, 12%, 2) + ($31,320 ~ $72,720)(P/F, 12%, 3)](A/P, 12%, 3) = $83,989 42. Find the values for A—H in the table below (and enter the values in the last table provided). 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