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# Capital Budgeting e-Activity

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1. Based on the e-Activity, if your superior negated your analysis and chose Project B due to payback period, explain how you would justify the financial implications in choosing Project A.

2. Based on the e-Activity and your response above, revise Project B so as to make it an acceptable alternative to Project A.

(In your justification, explain why you think Project A would be a better choice than Project B. Explain the details related to the critical acceptance level and payback period). (Please reply in 100 words or more for each question)

3. Using the e-Activity and your response to Discussion 1, revise Project B as an alternative approach to using the payback period of Project A. In the discussion, please explain front loading a project, Payback Period, IRR, and NPV for each.

Project A Project B
Payback Period X years X years
Internal Rate of Return x% x%
Net Present Value \$ \$

Part I: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq67NLTCaa0&feature=related (6 min 43 s)
Part II: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcyuOTQV5Jc&feature=related (6 min 20 s)
Part III: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iwmcJCVu9I&feature=related (5 min 8 s)
Part IV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_tfPX9u8w4&feature=related (6 min 31 s)

Thank you! I appreciate your assistance!

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1. Project A has payback period of 1.75 years and Project B has payback period of 3.75 years. So going by the concept of payback period we should choose project A as it has early payback. Project A has outflow of \$200,000 while project B has outflow of \$400,000. Project A has maximum inflow of \$120,000 in the first year itself. Hence, benefits are received early in the life of project which is more in real terms than same benefits which are given by project B in distant ...

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The expert examines capital budgeting and e activity.

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