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Instructions
To complete Exercise 1:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to create a Cash Flow (CF) table and calculate the net present value (NPV).
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 1, Growth Enterprises, Inc.
• Review the Valuing Capital Investments Projects Growth Enterprises, Inc. Problem 1, Exercise 2 PowerPoint slides. (Note: Exercise 2 includes Project C. You will reflect on this project in Problem 1 Exercise 3.)

Instructions
To complete Exercise 2:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to create a Cash Flow (CF) table and calculate the net present value (NPV). (Note: You are not required to submit the exercise.
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 1, Growth Enterprises, Inc.
• Review the Valuing Capital Investments Projects Growth Enterprises, Inc. Problem 1, Exercise 3 PowerPoint slides. (Note: This exercise includes Project D. You will need to reflect on Projects A and B from Problem 1 Exercise 1 and on Project C from Problem 1 Exercise 2.)

Instructions
To complete Exercise 3:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to evaluate Projects A, B, C, and D.
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 2, Electronics Unlimited.
• Review the Valuing Capital Investments Projects for Electronics Unlimited Problem 2 Exercise 4 PowerPoint slides.
• Review and use the Valuing Capital Investments Projects Problem 2, Exercise 4 Excel Spreadsheet template provided to help you calculate Electronics Unlimited data.

Instructions
To complete Exercise 4:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to create a Cash Flow (CF) table and calculate the net present value (NPV) and the internal rate of return (IRR). (Note: You are not required to submit the exercise. However, it is important for you to complete the calculations in preparation for the quiz.)
2. Complete the Valuing Capital Investments Projects Electronics Unlimited Problem 2, Exercise 4 Excel Spreadsheet template.
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 2, Electronics Unlimited.
• Review the Valuing Capital Investments Projects for Electronics Unlimited Problem 2a, Exercise 5 PowerPoint slides.
• Review and use the Valuing Capital Investments Projects Problem 2a, Exercise 5 Excel Spreadsheet template provided to help you calculate Electronics Unlimited data.
(Note: This template is essentially the same one you used in Problem 2 Exercise 4, with a few new lines pertaining to debt-related calculations.)

Instructions
To complete Exercise 5:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to create a Cash Flow (CF) table and calculate annual interest payments on Electronics Unlimited’s loan.
2. Complete the Valuing Capital Investments Projects Electronic Unlimited Problem 2a, Exercise 5 Excel Spreadsheet template.
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 3, Valu-Added Industries, Inc.
• Review the Valuing Capital Investments Projects for Valu-Added Industries, Inc. Problem 3, Exercise 6 PowerPoint slides.

Instructions
To complete Exercise 6:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to determine the number of needed new shares and the post-issue price per share.
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 4, Lockheed Tri Star.
• Review the Lockheed Tri Star Exercise 7 PowerPoint slides.

Instructions
To complete Exercise 7:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to construct a Cash Flow Analysis of Lockheed Tri Star’s 300 planes.
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 4, Lockheed Tri Star.
• Review the Lockheed Tri Star Exercise 2 PowerPoint slides.

Instructions
to complete Exercise 8:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to determine the maximum and minimum possible variable cost for each of Lockheed Tri Star’s planes.
Activity
For this activity:
• Review the Valuing Capital Investment Projects from your course pack download and specifically review Section 4, Lockheed Tri Star.
• Review the Lockheed Tri Star Exercise 9 PowerPoint slides.

Instructions
to complete Exercise 9:
1. Use the methodology identified in the PowerPoint slides to find the breakeven number of planes for Lockheed Tri Star.

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