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When graphing firm value against debt levels, the debt level that maximizes the value of the firm is the level where a the increase in the present value of distress costs from an additional dollar

When graphing firm value against debt levels, the debt level that maximizes the value of the firm is the level where: a. the increase in the present value of distress costs from an additional dollar of debt is equal to the increase in the present value of the debt tax shield. b. the increase in the present value of distress costs from an additional dollar of debt is greater than the increase in the present value of the debt tax shield. c. distress costs as well as debt tax shields are zero. d. the increase in the present value of distress costs from an additional dollar of debt is less than the increase of the present value of the debt tax shield. e. distress costs as well as debt tax shields are maximized.
 

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