When a business considers investing in a new project, the decision must be carefully evaluated. Businesses should invest in projects that are expected to add value to the company. One method to determine the added value of a project is net present value (NPV) analysis. NVP analysis determines the present value of the benefits and costs of a project. If the project’s NPV is greater than $0, then the project is considered to add value to the company. For this discussion, you will practice calculating the added value of project using the NPV.
Prior to beginning work on this discussion forum,
For the initial post, you will complete the NPV problem below. You will not be able to see other students’ posts until you post your initial post.
A large auto company has just completed the research and development (R