# Finance

Consider the following projects, for a firm using a discount rate of 10%:

project NPV IRR PI
A \$200,000 12.2% 1.04
B \$200,001 11% 1.01
C \$60,000 10.1% 1.61
D \$(235,000) 9% .95

If the projects are independent, which, if any, project(s) should the firm accept?

a. Project A
b. Project B
c. Project D
d. Projects B and D
e. Projects A, B and C

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