# Use the NPV method to determine whether Juda Products should invest in the following projects: Project A: Costs $290,000 and offers seven annual net cash inflows of $57,000. Juda Products requires an annual return of 14% on investments of

• Project A: Costs $290,000 and offers seven annual net cash inflows of $57,000. Juda Products requires an annual return of 14% on investments of this nature.

• Project B: Costs $395,000 and offers 10 annual net cash inflows of $70,000. Juda Products demands an annual return of 12% on investments of this nature.

Requirements

1. What is the NPV of each project? Assume neither project has a residual value. Round to two decimal places.

2. What is the maximum acceptable price to pay for each project?

3. What is the profitability index of each project? Round to two decimal places

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## Horngrens Financial and Managerial Accounting

**ISBN:** 978-0133866292

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**Authors:** Tracie L. Nobles, Brenda L. Mattison, Ella Mae Matsumura

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NPV stands for \"Net Present Value,\" which is a financial concept used to determine the value of an investment or project. It measures the difference between the present value of cash inflows and the present value of cash outflows over a given period of time, using a specific discount rate. To calculate the NPV of an investment, you need to first estimate the cash inflows and outflows associated with the investment, and then discount them back to their present values using a discount rate. The discount rate represents the cost of capital or the expected rate of return required by investors. The formula for calculating NPV is: NPV = sum of (cash inflows / (1 + discount rate)^t) - sum of (cash outflows / (1 + discount rate)^t) Where: Cash inflows: the expected cash received from the investment Cash outflows: the expected cash paid out for the investment Discount rate: the required rate of return or the cost of capital t: the time period in which the cash flow occurs If the NPV is positive, it means that the investment is expected to generate a return higher than the required rate of return or the cost of capital, and it may be considered a good investment. If the NPV is negative, it means that the investment is not expected to generate a return higher than the required rate of return or the cost of capital, and it may be considered a bad investment.

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