## Corporate Finance

rishabhhurkat
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### Corporate Finance

Please find the attachement

How come NPV is Calculated here.....
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### Re: Corporate Finance

Hi Rishabh

As we know that NPV= present value of cash inflows-present value of cash outflows
and in this expression we have Net cash flow is given and the calculation is given in the answer, so as per the calculation. NPV is higher.
NPV= 909+1652+1503+1366+(-5000)
=5430-5000
=\$430

rishabhhurkat
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### Re: Corporate Finance

My The Essence of my Question is How CFs are Discounted at an Assumed Rate of 10%??

rishabhhurkat
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### Re: Corporate Finance

Thank you...

But the Real Question was how the Discounted CFs are calculated as No Rate is Given in Question??

edupristine
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### Re: Corporate Finance

Hi Rishabh & Nehad

If there is no discounted rate is given then you can assume it 10%.