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MassGlass Corporation is a firm with $100 million in equity and $15 million in debt. The debt has maturity of 5 years. If we view the equity of this firm as a call option, then we can evaluate this option as one whose exercise price is $_____ million, whose time to expiration is _____ years, and whose underlying asset has a value of $_____ million.
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