# Part 1: The CFO of Cruz, inc. is considering Projects A and B which are considered equally risky; the projected cash flows for the projects are shown below.  T=01234Project A(14,500)9,9004,5004,5003000Project B (14,250)5,2505,2505,2507,5001. what is the "crossover rate" for the two projects? Show the difference between the two projects' timeline in the space above. round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent 2. Provide the NPV's for both A and B at the rates in the table below. Round to the nearest dollar/whole number.  Interest Rate NPV project ANPV project B0%  6%  12%  18%  24%  3. Provide the IRR for each project in the table below. show each rate to the nearest tenth of a percent.Project A IRR? Project B IRR?4. Calculate the MIRR for project A, and B using a WACC (discount rate). use the "combination approach" by finding the future values(show your work). Show your new time line with amounts, then find the new IRR (or MIRR) using your calculator or exel. T=01234Project A(14,500)9,9004,5004,5003000Project B (14,250)5,2505,2505,2507,500

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Part 1: The CFO of Cruz, inc. is considering Projects A and B which are considered equally risky; the projected cash flows for the projects are shown below.

 T= 0 1 2 3 4 Project A (14,500) 9,900 4,500 4,500 3000 Project B (14,250) 5,250 5,250 5,250 7,500

1. what is the "crossover rate" for the two projects? Show the difference between the two projects' timeline in the space above. round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent

2. Provide the NPV's for both A and B at the rates in the table below. Round to the nearest dollar/whole number.

 Interest Rate NPV project A NPV project B 0% 6% 12% 18% 24%

3. Provide the IRR for each project in the table below. show each rate to the nearest tenth of a percent.

Project A IRR?

Project B IRR?

4. Calculate the MIRR for project A, and B using a WACC (discount rate). use the "combination approach" by finding the future values(show your work). Show your new time line with amounts, then find the new IRR (or MIRR) using your calculator or exel.

 T= 0 1 2 3 4 Project A (14,500) 9,900 4,500 4,500 3000 Project B (14,250) 5,250 5,250 5,250 7,500
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Crossover rate refers to the cost of capital at which two projects will have same NPV. We have been given the cash flows, we can determine the cross over rate using excel.

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The value of crossover rate as calculated using exc... help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseA D В Cash flows Cash flows 1 2 Year Project A Project B Difference 2 Year Project A Project B Difference -14250 3 0 -14500 0 -14500 -250 -14250 B3-C3 4 1 4 1 9900 5250 4650 9900 5250 -B4-С4 5 2 4500 2. 4500 5250 -750 5250 -B5-C5 6 3 4500 6 4500 5250 -750 5250 -В6-Сб 3000 -4500 7 4 7500 7 4 7500 3000 -B7-C7 Cross over rate is equal to 13.02% IRR(D3:D7) 8 co LO LO fullscreen

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