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The Time Value of Money

Income statements, ending net fixed assets, earnings before interest and taxes, cash flow to creditors, return on assets, compounding, interest rates, perpetuity, APR, EAR, present value of the bond's face value, zero coupon bond, implicit interest rate, interest rate risk, current yield, years to maturity

Complete question in the attached file. PLEASE CHOOSE YOUR ANSWER AND EXPLAIN BRIEFLY WHY YOU MADE THAT CHOICE. 1. Suppose you have the 2001 income statement for a firm, along with the 12/31/2000 and 12/31/2001 balance sheets. How would you calculate net capital spending? A) Ending net fixed assets (2001) minus beginnin