Please help with the following problems.
1a. If you solve for an Internal Rate of Return (IRR) using a present worth equation, what value do you set the present worth to in order to solve the equation?
b. Jack Black, engineer extraordinaire, had just returned from taking a 30-page exam in his engineering management graduate program. His boss, Lucy (who certainly had a thing for diamonds and atmospheric sciences) asked Joe to evaluate a new project. Because Jack was quite discombobulated from his testing extravaganza he had a tough time. He persevered and brought Lucy two answers. A future worth that was > 0 and a present worth that was < 0. What should Lucy say to Jack?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 15, 2018, 8:42 am ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/economics/cost-benefit-analysis/cost-estimation-irr-future-worth-600583
a. If it is an investment analysis, the cash flow in Year 0 or the initial investment would be set as the present worth. For example, if there a project that requires an initial outlay of $5,000 in Year 0 for which it returns ...
This solution helps with questions regarding cost estimation. It helps calculate the rate of return and future worth.