Read Problem 10 -19A and answer question below the scenario is attach below.
Use Microsoft® Excel®—showing all work and formulas—to compute the following:
- Compute the net present value of each project. Round your computations to 2 decimal points.
- Compute the approximate internal rate of return for each project. Round your rates to 6 decimal points
Create a PowerPoint® presentation showing the comparison of the net present value approach with the internal rate of return approach calculated above. Complete the following in your presentation:
- Analyze the results of the net present value calculations and the significance of these results, supported with examples.
- Determine which project should be adopted based on the net present value approach and provide a rationale for your decision.
- Analyze the results of the internal rate of return calculation and the significance of these results, supported with examples.
- Determine which project should be adopted based on the internal rate of return approach and provide a rationale for your decision.
- Determine the preferred method in the given circumstances and provide reasoning and details to support the method selected.
- Synthesize results of analyses and computations to determine the best investment opportunity to recommend to the president of Donovan Enterprises.
Cite references to support your assignment.
Dwight Donovan, the president of Donovan Enterprises is considering two investment opportunities. Because of limited resources, he will be able to invest in only one of them. Problem A is to purchase a machine that will enable factory automation; the machine is expected to have a useful life of four years and no salvage value. Project B supports a training program that will improve the skill of employees operating the current equipment. Initial cash expenditures for project A are $400,000 and for Project B are $160,000. The annual expected cash inflow are $126,000 for Project A and $52,800 for Project B. Both investment are expected to provide cash flow benefits for the next four years. Donovan Enterprises’ desired rate of return is 8 percent.