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Let's assume that a firm has an EBIT of $41,300, depreciation of $1,200, interest of $850, and taxes of $210. The EBITDA multiple is 9.6, how do you

Let's assume that a firm has an EBIT of $41,300, depreciation of $1,200, interest of $850, and taxes of $210. 

The EBITDA multiple is 9.6, how do you calculate the value of the firm?

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