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Using the following cash flows for projects A and B, use payback period, discounted payback period, NPV, IRR, and MIRR to see if these are good projects or not. > Project A: (283,000); 46,000; 89,000; 104,000; 123,000; 187,000; and 72,000 > Project B: (318,000); 72,000; 213,000; 131,000; 112,000; 92,000; 64,000 (Assume the interest rate is 10% and the Cost Recovery Policy is 3 years) Problem Summary type here Discuss each of the tools we discussed in the Attend portion of this Unit and explain what the tool is telling you, what its criterion is, and its strengths and weakness. Problem Analysis type here Post your Excel worksheet in the drop box with all your calculations and answers. Put an X in the box when this is complete. Application type here Explain whether these are good projects or not. If you could only select one project (they are mutually exclusive), which one would you select and why? Using the following cash flows for projects A and B, use payback period, discounted payback period, NPV, IRR, and MIRR to see if these are good projects or not. > Project A: (283,000); 46,000; 89,000; 104,000; 123,000; 187,000; and 72,000 > Project B: (318,000); 72,000; 213,000; 131,000; 112,000; 92,000; 64,000 (Assume the interest rate is 10% and the Cost Recovery Policy is 3 years) Problem Summary type here Discuss each of the tools we discussed in the Attend portion of this Unit and explain what the tool is telling you, what its criterion is, and its strengths and weakness. Problem Analysis type here Post your Excel worksheet in the drop box with all your calculations and answers. Put an X in the box when this is complete. Application type here Explain whether these are good projects or not. If you could only select one project (they are mutually exclusive), which one would you select and why?

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