## Test Bank For Accounting for Decision Making and Control Jerald Zimmerman 10 Edition

### Chapter 03 Test Bank – Static Key

**Multiple Choice Questions**

1. A lump sum of $5,000 is invested at 10% per year for five years. The company’s cost of capital is 8%. Which is true?

A. The investment has a future value of $7,347

**B.**** **The investment has a future value of $8,053

C. The investment has a present value of $5,000

D. The investment has a net present value of $5,000

E. None of the above

$5,000 (1 0.1)^{5} = $8,053

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*Topic: Future Values*

*Topic: Present Values*

2. Cash of $12,000 will be received in year 6. Assuming an opportunity cost of capital of 7.2%, which of the following is true?

A. The future value is $18,212

B. The present value is $7,996

**C.**** **The present value is $7,907

D. Provide data for tax purposes

E. None of the above

$12,000 × (1 0.072)^{−6} = $7,907

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3. Gorgeous George is evaluating a five-year investment in an oil-change franchise, which costs $120,000 paid up front. Projected net operating cash flows are $60,000 per year. If Gorgeous George buys shares instead of the franchise, he expects an annual return of 12%. Which is true?

A. The future value of the franchise is $216,287

B. The net present value of the franchise is $216,287

C. The future value of the franchise is $138,900

**D.**** **The net present value of the franchise is $96,287

E. None of the above

NPV |
= |
Sum PV(Op Cash Flows) − Investment |

$96,287 |
= |
$216,287 − $120,000 |

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*Topic: Decision to Open a Day Spa*

*Topic: Future Values*

*Topic: Present Values*

4. Furious Fred expects cash flows from an investment as follows:

Yr 1 $3,000, Yr 2 $5,000, Yr 3 $8,000

Using an opportunity cost of capital of 5.6%, the present value is:

**A.**** **$14,118

B. $14,523

C. $14,361

D. $14,909

E. none of the above

PVi |
= |
FVi × PVFi |

$14,118 |
= |
$3,000 × (1 0.056) |

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5. Which is true?

A. The present value of a 20-year annuity of $1,900 at 8% is $16,854

B. A $100,000 bond with a 5% coupon will sell at a premium when the market rate of interest is 6%

C. The issue price of a $150,000 zero coupon bond that matures in 6 years when the market rate of interest is 6% is $105,744

**D.**** **The present value of a perpetual income stream of $4,000 when the market rate of interest is 8% is $50,000

E. None of the above

PV of perpetuity |
= |
Annual income/interest rate |

$50,000 |
= |
$4,000/0.08 |

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*Topic: Annuities*

*Topic: Present Values*

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