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47. Jamie's Motor Home Sales currently sells 1,000 Class A motor homes, 2,500 Class C motor homes, and 4,000 pop-up trailers each year. Jamie is considering adding a mid-range camper and expects that if she does so she can sell 1,500 of them. However, if the new camper is added, Jamie expects that her Class A sales will decline to 950 units while the Class C campers decline to 2,200. The sales of pop-ups will not be affected. Class A motor homes sell for an average of $125,000 each. Class C homes are priced at $39,500 and the pop-ups sell for $5,000 each. The new mid-range camper will sell for $47,900. What is the erosion cost? A. $6,250,000 B. $18,100,000 C. $53,750,000 D. $93,150,000 E. $118,789,500 Erosion cost = [(1,000 - 950) $125,000] + [(2,500 - 2,200) $39,500] = $18,100,000 Difficulty level: Medium Topic: EROSION COST Type: PROBLEMS
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Chapter 06 - Making Capital Investment Decisions 6-20 48. Ernie's Electrical is evaluating a project which will increase sales by $50,000 and costs by $30,000. The project will cost $150,000 and will be depreciated straight-line to a zero book value over the 10 year life of the project. The applicable tax rate is 34%. What is the operating cash flow for this project? Tax = .34 [$50,000 - 30,000 - ($150,000 10)] = $1,700; OCF = $50,000 - $30,000 - $1,700 = $18,300 Difficulty level: Medium Topic: OCF Type: PROBLEMS 49. Kurt's Kabinets is looking at a project that will require $80,000 in fixed assets and another $20,000 in net working capital. The project is expected to produce sales of $110,000 with associated costs of $70,000. The project has a 4-year life. The company uses straight-line depreciation to a zero book value over the life of the project. The tax rate is 35%. What is the operating cash flow for this project? Tax = .35 [$110,000 - 70,000 - ($80,000 4)] = $7,000; OCF = $110,000 - $70,000 - $7,000 = $33,000 Difficulty level: Medium Topic: OCF Type: PROBLEMS
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Chapter 06 - Making Capital Investment Decisions 6-21 50. Peter's Boats has sales of $760,000 and a profit margin of 5%. The annual depreciation expense is $80,000. What is the amount of the operating cash flow if the company has no long-term debt? OCF = ($760,000 .05) + $80,000 = $118,000 Difficulty level: Medium Topic: BOTTOM-UP OCF Type: PROBLEMS 51. Le Place has sales of $439,000, depreciation of $32,000, and net working capital of $56,000. The firm has a tax rate of 34% and a profit margin of 6%. The firm has no interest expense. What is the amount of the operating cash flow? A. $49,384 B. $52,616 C. $54,980 D. $58,340 E. $114,340 OCF = ($439,000 .06) + $32,000 = $58,340 Difficulty level: Medium Topic: BOTTOM-UP OCF Type: PROBLEMS
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Chapter 06 - Making Capital Investment Decisions 6-22
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