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Falcon Crest Aces (FCA), Inc., is considering the purchase of a
small plane to use in its wing-walking demonstrations and aerial
tour business. Various information about the proposed investment
follows:

Initial investment | $ | 260,000 | |||||

Useful life | $ | 10 | years | ||||

Salvage value | 25,000 | ||||||

Annual net income generated | $ | 5,800 | |||||

FCA's cost of capital | 7 | % | |||||

Assume straight line depreciation method is used.

**3.** Net present value (NPV). (Future Value of
$1, Present Value of $1, Future Value Annuity of $1, Present Value
Annuity of $1.) **(Use appropriate factor(s) from the tables
provided.** **Negative amount should be indicated by a
minus sign. Round the final answer to nearest whole
dollar.****)**

**4.** Recalculate FCA's NPV assuming the cost of
capital is 3% percent. (Future Value of $1, Present Value of $1,
Future Value Annuity of $1, Present Value Annuity of $1.)
**(Use appropriate factor(s) from the tables provided. Round
your final answer to the nearest whole dollar amount.)**

**3.Net present value
(NPV) at 7% = - $41,501 (Negative)**

Annual Cash flow = Net Income + Depreciation

= $5,800 + [($2,60,000 - $25,000)/10]

= $5,800 + $23,500

= $29,300

Net present value (NPV) = Present Vale of cash flows – Estimated costs

= [ $29,300 x (PVAF 7%,10Years) ] + ($25000 x (PVF 7%,10 Years )) -$2,60,000

= [ $29,300 x 7.0236] – [ $25000 x 0.5083] - $2,60,000

= $2,05,791.50 + $12,707.50 - $2,60,000

**= - $41,501 (Negative)**

**4.Net present value
(NPV) at 3% = - = $8,435 (Positive)**

Annual Cash flow = Net Income + Depreciation

= $5,800 + [($2,60,000 - $25,000)/10]

= $5,800 + $23,500

= $29,300

Net present value (NPV) = Present Vale of cash flows – Estimated costs

= [ $29,300 x (PVAF 3%,10Years) ] + ($25000 x (PVF 3%,10 Years )) -$2,60,000

= [ $29,300 x 8.5302] – [ $25000 x 0.744] - $2,60,000

= $2,49,935 - $18,600 - $2,60,000

**= $8,435 (Positive)**

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Initial investment
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280,000
Useful life
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10
years
Salvage value
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Annual net income generated
$
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Initial investment
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Useful life
$
10
years
Salvage value
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Annual net income generated
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FCA's cost of capital
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Useful life
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Salvage value
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Annual net income generated
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small plane to use in its wing-walking demonstrations and aerial
tour business. Various information about the proposed investment
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Useful life
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years
Salvage value
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Annual net income generated
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FCA's cost of capital
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Assume straight line depreciation method is used.
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small plane to use in its wing-walking demonstrations and aerial
tour business. Various information about the proposed investment
follows:
Initial investment
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Useful life
$
10
years
Salvage value
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Annual net income generated
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FCA's cost of capital
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small plane to use in its wing-walking demonstrations and aerial
tour business. Various information about the proposed investment
follows:
Initial investment
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Useful life
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Salvage value
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Annual net income generated
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FCA's cost of capital
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Assume straight line depreciation method is used.
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small plane to use in its wing-walking demonstrations and aerial
tour business. Various information about the proposed investment
follows:
Initial investment
$
210,000
Useful life
$
10
years
Salvage value
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Annual net income generated
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FCA's cost of capital
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Assume straight line depreciation method is used.
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