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Equipment cost $625,000, salvage value $50,000 at end of 10 yrs. Probability
.15 Cash Flow $60,000, .25 $85,000, .45 110,000, .15 130,000
What is expect cash flow, How do I stretch out for 10 years do I multiply about out get that total and get PV from chat by year of the entire total?

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