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Sweet Cola Corp SCC is bidding to take over Salty Dog Pretzels SDP SCC has 3000 shares outstanding selling at \$50 per share SDP has 2000 shares outstanding selling at

 Sweet Cola Corp. (SCC) is bidding to take over Salty Dog Pretzels (SDP). SCC has 3,000 shares outstanding, selling at \$50 per share. SDP has 2,000 shares outstanding, selling at \$17.50 a share. SCC estimates the economic gain from the merger to be \$15,000.

 a. If SDP can be acquired for \$20 a share, what is the NPV of the merger to SCC?

 NPV \$

 b-1. What will SCC sell for when the market learns that it plans to acquire SDP for \$20 a share? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)

 Selling price \$

 b-2. What will SDP sell for?

 Selling price \$

 b-3. What are the percentage gains to the shareholders of each firm? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answers as a percent rounded to 2 decimal places.)

 Gains SCC % SDP %

 c. Now suppose that the merger takes place through an exchange of stock. On the basis of the premerger prices of the firms, SCC sells for \$50, so instead of paying \$20 cash, SCC issues .40 of its shares for every SDP share acquired. What will be the price of the merged firm? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)

 Price \$

 d. What is the NPV of the merger to SCC when it uses an exchange of stock? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)

 NPV \$

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