Corporate Finance Workbook: A Practical Approach by Michelle R. Clayman, Martin S. Fridson, George H. Troughton

By Michelle R. Clayman, Martin S. Fridson, George H. Troughton

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A. Yes. B. No. 01 billion. C. No. 34 billion. 48. A switch from straight-line to accelerated depreciation would: A. increase the NPV and decrease the first year operating income after taxes. B. increase the first year operating income after taxes and decrease the NPV. C. increase both the NPV and first year operating income after taxes. 49. If the outlay is lower by the amount that Simpson suggests, the project NPV should increase by an amount closest to: A. 09 billion. B. 14 billion. C. 17 billion.

36. What is the NPV (C$ millions) of the optimal set of investment decisions for Society Services including the expansion option? A. 34. B. 68. C. 03. 37. Should the capital budgeting committee accept the internal auditor’s first and second suggestions, respectively? A. No for Suggestions 1 and 2. B. No for Suggestion 1 and Yes for Suggestion 2. C. Yes for Suggestion 1 and No for Suggestion 2. 38. Should the capital budgeting committee accept the internal auditor’s third and fourth suggestions, respectively?

Part-i-04 13 January 2012; 10:19:20 42 Learning Outcomes, Summary Overview, and Problems When Cho inquires as to her progress, Benn responds, “I have calculated Qphone’s degree of operating leverage (DOL) and degree of financial leverage (DFL) at Qphone’s 2009 level of unit sales. I have also calculated Qphone’s breakeven level for unit sales. ” Cho responds, “Good, I will call a meeting of some potential investors for tomorrow. ” The relevant data for analysis of 4G is contained in Exhibit B, while Benn’s analysis of the Qphone data appears in Exhibit C.

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