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    Consider a project to produce solar water heaters. It requires a $10 million
    investment and offers a level after-tax cash flow of $1.75 million per year for 10
    years. The opportunity cost of capital is 12 percent, which reflects the project's
    business risk. Suppose the project is financed with $5 million of debt and $5 million of
    equity. The interest rate is 8 percent and the marginal tax rate is 35
    percent. The debt will be paid off in equal annual installments over the
    project's 10-year life.

    A) Calculate APV.

    B) How does APV change if the firm incurs issue costs of $400,000 to raise the $5 million of required equity?

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    The solution explains how to calculate the adjusted present value (APV)