Please convert this CAD.doc file into excel with all the formulas. I need this today within three hours (need to see the excel formula involved). By the way, Kevin forgot to answer this question: Is this investment worthwhile? Why or why not?

Just want double check my calculation - all work must be performed in Excel using Excel built-in formulas. Thanks. (extra credit)

See attached.

Problem: Your Company would like to invest in a new computer-aided-design (CAD) system that requires purchasing hardware, software, and networking technology, as well as expenditures for installation, training, and support. The tables showing each cost component for the new system as well as annual maintenance costs over a five-year period are listed below. You believe the new system will produce annual savings by reducing the amount of labor required to generate designs and design specifications, thus increasing cash flow. Using the data provided and instructions at the Web site for this chapter create a worksheet that calculates the costs and benefits of the investment over a five-year period and analyzes the investment using the six capital budgeting models presented in this Chapter 15. Is this investment worthwhile? Why or why not?

? Payback period - indicate yearly and cumulative figures for years 2005-2009
? Accounting Rate of Return on Investment (ROI). Assume depreciation to be the total initial cost of the investment in Year 0.
? Cost-Benefit Ratio
? Net Present Value, assuming an interest rate of 5%
? Profitability Index
? Internal Rate of Return

Question: Deeble Construction Co.'s stock is trading at $30 a share. There are also call options on the company's stock, some with an exercise price of $25 and some with an exercise price of $35. All options expire in three months. Which of the following best describes the value of these options?
- The options with the $

Prepare written answers to the following assignments from the text, Financial Accounting 6th ed:
a. Chapter 1:
1) Exercise E1-1
2) Exercise E1-5
3) Exercise E1-12
4) Exercise E1-13
b. Chapter 2:
1) Exercise E2-2
2) Exercise E2-3
c. Chapter 7:
Exercise E7-3

A forensic scientist uses the expression 72.6+2.5T to estimate the height in centimeters of a female with a tibia of length T centimeters. If a female skeleton has a tibia of length of 32.4 cm, then what was the height of the person? Find the length of your tibia in centimeters, and use the expression from this exercise or the p

Exercise # 1
A) How many nonnegative integer solutions are there to the pair of equations:
And
B) How many ways are there to distribute 20 toys to m children such that the first two children get the same number of toys if:
1- The toys are identical?
2- The toys are distinct?
Exercise #2

Investment Transactions
The beginning balance sheet of NASDAQ Corporation included the following:
Long-term investment in MSC Software (equity-method investment)..... $619,000
NASDAQ completed the following investment transactions during the year:
Mar. 16 Purchased 2

5. A study is run comparing HDL cholesterol levels between men who exercise regularly and those
who do not. The data are shown below.
Regular Exercise = Yes, N = 35,Mean = 48.5, Std Dev = 12.5
Regular Exercise = No, N =120, Mean = 56.9 ,Std Dev = 11.9
Generate a 95% confidence interval for the differenc

Suppose that 18% of the employees at a given corporation engage in physical exercise activities during the lunch hour. Moreover, assume that 57% of all employees are male, and 12% of all employees are males who engage in physical exercise activities during the lunch hour.
a)if we choose an employee at random from this corpora

Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems.
Section 9.5
Solve each of the equations. Be sure to check your solutions.
Exercise 8
Exercise 14
Exercise 30
Section 9.6
Exercise 15
Geometry. A homeowner wishes to insulate her attic with fiberglass insulation to conserve energy. The insulati

12 Problems. Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems.
Section 4.1
Find the greatest common factor for each of the following sets of terms.
Exercise 14
, ,
Exercise 42
Factor each of the following polynomials.
Exercise 60
Find the GCF of each product.
Exercise 62
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