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I need some help in solving this net problem question. I Any assistance will be appreciated. Prices for new components cost $50. Thus, P=MR=$50. Marginal costs MC=10+0.003Q and Total Costs TC=78,000+18Q+.002Q^2(this means the Q is squared).

A new building will cost $100,000. A company is trying to determine if the building is a good investment. What is the net present value? The interest rate is 5% and and the growth rate is 3%. Assume a 10 year period. Should the company buy?

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Prices for new components cost $50. Thus, P=MR=$50. Marginal costs MC=10+0.003Q and Total Costs TC=78,000+18Q+.002Q^2(this means the Q is squared).

A new building will cost $100,000. A company is trying to determine if the building is a good investment. What is the net present value? The interest rate is 5% and and the growth rate is 3%. Assume a 10 ...

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Solve net problem question.

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