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### 1. Two mutually exclusive projects have conventional cash flows, but one project has a larger NPV while the other has a higher IRR. Which of the following most likely explains this conflict?

Options

A : The size of the two projects is the same.

B : Risk of the projects as reflected in the required rate of return.

C : Differing cash flow patterns.

D :

### 2. Claude Browning is reviewing a profitable investment project that has a conventional cash flow pattern. If the cash flows of the project, initial outlay, and future after-tax cash flows all reduce by half, Browning would predict that the IRR would:

Options

A : stay the same and the NPV would decrease.

B : stay the same and the NPV would stay the same.

C : decrease and the NPV would decrease.

D :

### 3. Erika Schneider has evaluated an investment proposal and found that its payback period is two years, it has a negative NPV, and a positive IRR. Is this combination of results possible?

Options

A : No, because a project with a positive IRR has a positive NPV.

B : No, because a project with such a rapid payback period has a positive NPV.

C : Yes.

D :

### 4. Capital budgeting projects A and B have similar outlays, but different patterns of future cash flows. The required rate of return for both projects is 12 percent, at which the NPV and IRR turn out to be as follows:

Options

A : a rate between 21.79 percent and 27.18 percent.

B : a rate between 0.00 percent and 12.00 percent.

C : a rate between 12.00 percent and 21.79 percent

D :

### 5. Katrina Lowry is facing multiple IRRs problem regarding an upcoming project.

Options

A : 25 percent only.

B : 25 percent and 600 percent.

C : 25 percent and 400 percent.

D :

### 46. Which of the following is not affected by changes in tax rate?

Options

A : Net Profit Margin.

B : WACC.

C : DFL.

D :

### 47. Which of the following is the most appropriate reason for analysts to understand a company’s use of operating and financial leverage?

Options

A : To analyze the past performance of the company.

B : To evaluate the operating margin of the company.

C : To forecast future cash flows and select an appropriate discount rate.

D :

Options

A : 1.6.

B : 2.1.

C : 2.7.

D :

Options

A : 3.1.

B : 3.4.

C : 6.2.

D :

Options

A : 1.20.

B : 1.53.

C : 1.83

D :

Options

A : 1.30.

B : 1.81.

C : 2.00.

D :

### 52. Alpha and Beta both operate in the automobile sector with the same degree of operating leverage. Alpha has a capital structure of 40% debt and 60% equity, while Beta is financed completely by equity. Which of the following statements is most accurate? Compared to Beta, Alpha has:

Options

A : the same sensitivity of operating income to changes in unit sales.

B : the same sensitivity of net income to changes in operating income.

C : a lower sensitivity of net income to changes in unit sales.

D :

### 53. All else equal, company A has greater financial leverage compared to its counterpart company B. Which of the following statements is least accurate?

Options

A : Company A has a greater risk of default.

B : Company A has higher net income.

C : Company A has higher return on equity.

D :

Options

A : 5,040.

B : 4,676.

C : 4,000.

D :

### 55. Soomros now sells 1 million units at Rs.3,972 per unit. Fixed operating costs are Rs.1,960 million and variable operating costs are Rs.1,250 per unit. If the company pays Rs.376 million in interest, the levels of sales at the operating breakeven and the level of sales at the breakeven points are, respectively:

Options

A : Rs.2,860,073,475 and Rs.3,408,740,632.

B : Rs.2,875,073,470 and Rs.3,428,740,630.

C : Rs.3,560,073,475 and Rs.4,105,740,632.

D :

### 56. In order to assess the riskiness of two companies in the same industry, Mr. Habitt collected the following information from the latest financial statements and management discussions for Habitt and Machinesque respectively: Number of units produced and sold: 2.7 million and 3.5 million

Options

A : 0.0875 million and 0.105 million respectively.

B : 0.536 million and 1.1 million respectively.

C : 1.1 million and 0.075 million respectively.

D :

### 57. The owner of a TV store is forecasting for the year 2014 and wants to find out the breakeven point of 2013 with the following data to ensure accuracy:

Options

A : 2.0 million TV sets.

B : 2.5 million TV sets.

C : 3.0 million TV sets.

D :

Options

A : 870.

B : 1,000.

C : 1,200.

D :

Options

A : 1,667.

B : 2,000.

C : 2,333.

D :

Options

A : 11,250.

B : 10,813.

C : 10,000.

D :