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CAPITAL BUDGETING CRITERIA: MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE PROJECTS Project S costs $15,000, and its expected cash flows would be $4,500 per year for 5 years. Mutually exclusive Project L costs $37,500, and its expected cash flow’s would be $11,100 per year for 5 years. If both projects have a WACC of 14%, which project would you recommend? Explain.

Summary Introduction

To explain: Whether project S or project L should be chosen.

Mutually Exclusive Projects:

It refers to the group of projects in which if one project is accepted it will automatically imply the rejection of rest. It refers to those projects for which investment cannot be made together.

Explanation
  • Since it is given that the projects are mutually exclusive and in mutually exclusive project, only one project can be accepted, so the proje...

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