Fm13 6 - If the firm pays $1,116,071.43 for the option to purchase the land then the NPV of the project is exactly equal to zero So the firm would

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Answers and Solutions: 13 - 6 e. NPV @ 0 1 Yr. 0 50% Prob . | | Taxes NPV = ? -1,500,000 $ 0.00 +300,000 = NPV @ t = 1 No Taxes | | 50% Prob. NPV = ? -1,500,000 2,232,142.86 +4,000,000 = NPV @ t = 1 Expected NPV $1,116,071.43
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Unformatted text preview: If the firm pays $1,116,071.43 for the option to purchase the land, then the NPV of the project is exactly equal to zero. So the firm would not pay any more than this for the option. r = 12% } wouldn’t do...
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