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    I need to find out the net present value of the cash flows and also the internal rate of return on the cash flows. Here are some more info:

    The purchase price of the company is $5.74 million dollars and it as
    shown as an "addition to PP&E" in year 0

    - The $2.7 million dollar inflow in year 1 shown under "disposals of
    PP&E" is the result of equipment that your company will sell after it
    acquires the equipment from the company.

    -Subsequent disposals in years 4, 8, & 12 are for other pieces of
    equipment that your company will sell off as it becomes worn out.

    - Your discount rate (hurdle rate) for purposes of this assignment is
    13%.
    - Your company has a September 30th year end, hence the September 30th
    year end dates.

    - The terminal value or horizon value shown in year 15 is based upon the
    salvage value of the equipment remaining at the end of year 15.

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    I need to find out the net present value of the cash flows and also the internal rate of return on the cash flows. Here are some more info:

    The purchase price of the company is $5.74 million dollars and it as
    shown as an ...

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