Find the present value of each of the following cash flows

Here are the examples:

1. How do you find the present value of each of the following cash flows?:

a. $50,000 a year for 20 years, @6%
b. $2.50 a year for ever @ 12%
c. $65 a year for four years and $1065 in the 5th year, @8%
d. $1,250/month for 30 years, @5.75%

2. When the following cash flows are listed as follows how do I find the net present value at 10% and calculate the internal rates of return?:

B=0.5 Company A
B=2.2 Company L
B=1.6 Company S
B=0.8 Company T

Look up the 10 year Treasury bond yield on http://finance.yahoo.com/bonds and use that for the risk free rate (Rrf). Use an average market rate of return Rm=7.7%. Find the expected rate of return (cost of equity) for each of the four companies listed above using the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)

4. Assuming I have a portfolio that includes the following amounts of stock given the beta value values shown in question 3 above: What is the weighted average beta of the securities in your portfolio?

Company A= 20%
Company L= 40%
Company S= 30%
Company T= 10%

5. If I needed to decide to purchase items at $999,995 each or lease them for 6 years at $18,500.55 per month. Assuming no salvage value, how do I figure out at what interest rate do the lease and the purchase have the same present value?

A company forecasts thefollowing free cashflows (shown in millions of dollars). If the weighted average cost of capital is 13 percent and the free cashflows are expected to continue growing at the same rate after Year 3, what is the Year 0 value of operations, to the nearest million? Year: 1 2 3 Free cash flow: -$20 $40 $42

If the appropriate discount rate for thefollowingcashflows is 12.25 percent per year, what is thepresentvalue of thecashflows?
Year 1 Cash flow is $1500.
Year 2 cash flow is $3200.
Year 3 cash flow is $7200.
Year 4 cash flow is $9600.

To findthepresentvalue of an uneven series of cashflows, you might findthe PVs of the individual cashflows and then sum them. Annuity procedures can never be of use, even if some of thecashflows constitute an annuity (for example, $100 cash for Years 3, 4, 5, and 6), because the entire series is not an annuity. Is thi

Findthepresentvalue of thefollowing stream of cashflows, assuming that the firm's opportunity cost is 9%?
Yr. Amount
1-5 $10,000/yr.
6-10 $16,000/yr.
A. $10,972
B. $13,252
C. $79,348
D. $141,588

You just signed a consulting contract that will pay you $38,000, $52,000, and $85,000 annually at the end of the next three years, respectively. What is thepresentvalue of these cashflows given a 10.5 percent discount rate?
$157,131
$154,880
$139,975
$148,307
$162,910

Explain whether this is true or false and indicate why:
"To findthepresentvalue of an uneven series of cashflows, you might findthe PVs of the individual cashflows and then sum them. Annuity procedures can never be of use, even if some of thecashflows constitute an annuity (for example, $100 cash for Years 3, 4, 5, an

1) Seaborn Co. has identified an investment project with thefollowingcashflows. If the discount rate is 10 percent, what is thepresentvalue of these cashflows? What is thepresentvalue 18 percent? At 24 percent?
Year Cash Flow
1 $950
2 $1040
3

What would be thepresentvalue of receiving $100, $200, $300, at the end of 1, 2, 3 years respectively at 8% annual compound interest.
Do not use MS Excel or presentvalue tables.
Please provide formulas/calculations for your response.

Question 4: (1 point)
Wedge Corporation uses a discount rate of 14% and has a tax rate of 30%. Thefollowingcashflows occur in the last year of a 15-year equipment selection investment project:
Cost savings for the year $183,000
Working capital released $123,000
Salvage value from sale of equipment $30,000
At

Seaborn Co. has identified an investment project with thefollowingcashflows. If the discount rate is 10 percent, what is thepresentvalue of these cashflows? What is thepresentvalue at 18% ? At 24%?
Year 1 950
Year 2 1040
Year 3 1130
Year 4 1075