Chapter 17 - Does Debt Policy Matter?
CHAPTER 17 Does Debt Policy Matter? Answers to Problem Sets 1. Note the market value of Copperhead is far in excess of its book value:
Ms. Kraft owns .625% of the firm, which proposes to increase common stock to $17 m
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Chapter 6: How to Value Bonds and Stocks
6.1 The price of a pure discount (zero coupon) bond is the present value of the par.
a. PV = $1,000/(1+0.05)15 = $481.02
b. PV = $1,000/(1+0.10)15 = $239.39
c. PV = $1,000/(1+0.15)15 = $122.89
6.2 The price of any
Chapter 8 : Net Present Value and Capital Budgeting
8.1
a. Yes, the reduction in the sales of the companys other products, referred to as erosion, and should be
treated as an incremental cash flow. These lost sales are included because they are a cost
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Chapter 7: Net Present Value and Other Investment Rules
7.1 a.
The payback period is the time that it takes for the cumulative undiscounted cash inflows to equal the
initial investment.
Project A:
Cumulative cash flows Year 1 = $9,500
= $9,500
Cumulative
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CHAPTER 8 Portfolio Theory and the Capital Asset Pricing Model Answers to Problem Sets 1. a. b. c. 7% 27% with perfect positive correlation; 1% with perfect negative correlation; 19.1% with
Chapter 05 - Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria
CHAPTER 5
Net Present Value and Other Investment Criteria
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
a.
A = 3 years, B = 2 years, C = 3 years
b.
B
c.
A, B, and C
d.
B and C (NPVB = $3,378; NPVC = $2,405)
e.
Tru
Chapter 07 - Introduction to Risk and Return
CHAPTER 7
Introduction to Risk and Return
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
Expected payoff is $100 and expected return is zero. Variance is 20,000 (%
squared) and standard deviation is 141%.
2.
a.
Standard deviation
Chapter 22 - Real Options
CHAPTER 22
Real Options
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
a.
Increase value (unless the cash flows from the Mark II needed to be
discounted at a higher rate).
b.
Increase value.
c.
Reduce value.
2.
The company can buy furniture and rese
Chapter 19 - Financing and Valuation
CHAPTER 19
Financing and Valuation
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
Market values of debt and equity are D = .9 X 75 = $67.5 million and E = 42 X 2.5
= $105 million.
D/V = .39.
WACC = .09(1 - .35).39 + .18(.61) = .1325, or 1
Chapter 18 - How Much Should a Corporation Borrow?
CHAPTER 18
How Much Should a Corporation Borrow?
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
The calculation assumes that the tax rate is fixed, that debt is fixed and
perpetual, and that investors personal tax rates on i
Chapter 10 - Project Analysis
CHAPTER 10
Project Analysis
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
a.
False
b.
True
c.
True
a.
Cash-flow forecasts overstated.
b.
One project proposal may be ranked below another simply because cash
flows are based on different forecasts
Chapter 04 - The Value of Common Stocks
CHAPTER 4
The Value of Common Stocks
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
a.
True
b.
True
2.
Investors who buy stocks may get their return from capital gains as well as
dividends. But the future stock price always depends on
Chapter 01 - Goals and Governance of the Firm
CHAPTER 1
Goals and Governance of the Firm
Answers to Problem Sets
1.
a.
real
b.
executive airplanes
c.
brand names
d.
financial
e.
bonds
f.
investment
g.
capital budgeting
h.
financing
2.
c, d, e, and g are r