| June 10, 2016

Discussion Forum 4

The discussion activity for Module 6 entails computing net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) and solving capital budgeting problems.

For your computations, you can use the interest tables provided in the textbook’s appendixes, software such as Excel, a financial calculator, or any of the pertinent computer programs included with South-Western’”>Investment Analysis Calculator. [Hint: Most useful for solving NPV and IRR problems with the Investment Analysis Calculator are programs under the sections Financial Calculator and Rate of Return (Dollar-Weighted or IRR).]
Written Assignment 7

Complete the following chapter problem sets. When preparing your answers, please identify each problem clearly by textbook chapter and problem number. To receive full credit for your answers,you must show all work and include complete solutions.

Chapter 25 Problem Set—Do Problems 3, 4, and 14 on pages 553–555 of the textbook.
Chapter 26 Problem Set—Do Problems 2, 5, 6, 9, and 11 on pages 579–580 of the textbook.

Note: Before beginning the discussion activity for Module 6, be sure to study carefully Chapter 22, “Capital Budgeting.”

Here are the steps to follow:

Using the computation tool(s) of your choice to determine NPV or IRR, answer the eight capital budgeting problems found at the following link:”>Capital Budgeting Problems

In Discussion Forum 4, post solutions to anytwo (2) of the problems you answered in Step 1 (see “Ground Rules” below). Please identify the problems clearly by number, and title your posting “Problems [X] and [Y]/[Your Name].” Post your solutions by the date indicated in the course Calendar.
Ground Rules

Our goal as a class is to answer and discuss as many problems as possible. To ensure that we cover as many problems as we can, and to minimize duplication, let’s adopt these ground rules:

Solutions are posted on a first-come basis.
If a classmate has already posted solutions to the two problems you intended to answer, choose at least one different problem to answer.
At a minimum, then, no two solution pairs (i.e., combination of problems) should be the same. With eight problems from which to choose two, we have 28 possible combinations with which to work!
Review and comment on at least two of your classmates’ postings by the date indicated in the course Calendar.

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