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8 000 0 1. James Hotels Group (JHG) acquired a piece of land from an equity partner. The CEO believes that they can sell the land to a restaurant company in 8 000. Assuming that JHG’s required rate of return is 9% per year how much is the property worth in today’s dollars? Assume annual compounding. =PV (9% -50000) = $25 093.31 2. You plan to develop a farmland for motel development. You believe that due to urbanization the farm land will sell for $ 400 000 at the end of eight years. Your nominal cost of capital for such an investment is 6%. How much should you pay for the land today? Assume for simplicity -400000) = $250 964.95 3. Your company’s philanthropy initiative invested $ 50 000 in an account earning 7% per annum interest. The initiative added $ 30 000 to the account at the end of fifth year. How much money will the initiative have at the end of ten years from these investments? 4. You develop a 000 and hope to sell it for $ 1 000 in eight years. What rate of return will you make solely from the value appreciation return on this investment? Assume annual compounding =RATE ( -650000 1000000) =6% 5. Hotel Ashoka will change the landscaping theme of the front lawn in 5 years for which $ 125 000 will be needed. How much must they save each year if they make deposits at year-ends in an account receiving 7% per annum? Assume annual compoundi

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