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Question 3 15 points Related to Checkpoint 112 Equivalent annual cost calculation Barry Boswell is a financial analyst for Dossman Metal Works Inc and he is analyzing two alternative

Question 3: (15 points). (Related to Checkpoint 11.2) (Equivalent annual cost calculation) Barry Boswell is a financial analyst for Dossman Metal Works, Inc. and he is analyzing two alternative configurations for the firm's new plasma cutter shop. The two alternatives that are denoted A and B below perform the same task and although they each cost to purchase and install they offer very different cash flows. Alternative A has a useful life of 7 years whereas Alternative B will only last for 3 years. The after-tax cash flows from the two projects are as follows: a. Calculate each project's equivalent annual cost (EAC) given a discount rate of 10 percent. (Round to the nearest cent.) a. Alternative A's equivalent annual cost (EAC) at a discount rate of 10% is: $ b. Alternative B's equivalent annual cost (EAC) at a discount rate of 10% is $ b. Which of the alternatives do you think Barry should select? Why? (Select the best choice below.) a. This cannot be determined from the information provided. b. Alternative B should be selected because its equivalent annual cost is less per year than the annual equivalent cost for Alternative A. c. Alternative A should be selected because its equivalent annual cost is less per year than the annual equivalent cost for Alternative B. d. Alternative A should be selected because it has the highest NPV.

 

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