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The payback period is the period of time it takes an investment to generate sufficient cash flows to 1 earn the required rate of return 2 produce the required net income 3 produce a yield equal

The payback period is the period of time it takes an investment to generate sufficient cash flows to:

 
1) earn the required rate of return.
 
2) produce the required net income.
 
3) produce a yield equal to or greater than the market rate on similar investments.
 
4) have a cash inflow, rather than an outflow, for the year.
 
5)

recover the investment's initial cost.

A sunk cost is:

 
1) the value of an asset currently owned by a firm.
 
2) a cost for which there is no alternative option.
 
3) another name for a fixed cost.
 
4) a cost that has already been incurred and cannot be recouped.
 
5) a form of erosion.

The Internal Growth rate of a firm is a function of:

1) b, the "plowback ratio"

2) the Dupont ratio

3) the equity multiplier

4) the EPS

5) the PE ratio

 

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