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An important role of nursing is to provide health promotion and disease prevention. Review the 2020 Topics and Objectives on the Healthy People website. Choose a topic of interest that you would like to address, in conjunction with a population at-risk for the associated topic. Submit the topic and associated group to your instructor for approval.
Create a 15-20-slide PowerPoint presentation for your topic and focus group. Include speaker notes and citations for each slide, and create a slide at the end for References.
Address the following:

Describe the approved topic and associated population your group has selected. Discuss how this topic adversely affects the population. How does health disparity affect this population?
Explain evidence-based approaches that can optimize health for this population. How do these approaches minimize health disparity among affected populations?
Outline a proposal for health education that can be used in a family-centered health promotion to address the issue for the target population. Ensure your proposal is based on evidence-based practice.
Present a general profile of at least one health-related organization for the selected focus topic. Present two resources, national or local, for the proposed education plan that can be utilized by the provider or the patient.
Identify interdisciplinary health professionals important to include in the health promotion. What is their role? Why is their involvement significant?

Cite at least three peer-reviewed or scholarly sources to complete this assignment. Sources should be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and public health content.

Electronic Business Definition

In this unit I will be comparing two existing businesses which I will be choosing and in the comparison I evaluate whether they achieve their business aims and objectives of having an online presence. In the second part of my coursework I will be recommending some improvements which are to be made for one of the businesses, and I will also highlight some factors which influence a business to open themselves up to online trading. And finally I will be also designing a new website for a new business and planning the creation of the new website.
“Electronic Business, or “e-business”, may be known as a business which relies on an automated information system; today this is done by web-based technology. The term “e-business” was put together by Lou Gerstner, CEO of IBM. The Electronic business methods allow the business to put together their external and internal data together more efficiently and flexibly which allows them to work more closely with their key stakeholders; and to reach the expectations of the stakeholders like customers.
E-businesses usually include e-commerce; e-commerce is simple seeks to add revenue streams using the Internet. The internet helps them build and enhance relationships between the business and the key stakeholders being the customers and improve efficiency. E-commerce sometimes involves application of knowledge management systems. E-business is more than just e-commerce. It involves business processes pning the entire value chain: electronic purchasing and supply chain management, processing orders electronically, handling customer service, and cooperating with business partners.

Special technical standards for e-business facilitate the exchange of data between companies. E-business software solutions allow the integration of intra and inter firm business processes. E-business can be conducted using the Web, the Internet, intranets, extranets, or some combination of these. “The purpose of an online presence is that it allows the business to create awareness of the business with its target audience or even potential customers.
Also an online presence also allows people to go onto the business website also it will improve communication between the business and its stakeholders being the customers and others like suppliers etc; customers can even get information of the business or the products that the business sells. And to inform the customer of any new product that have been taken on by the company; this could also help the business increase productivity and save money on advertisements as their internet website can be used as an advertisement medium.
With the help of an international website the business will be able to target customer abroad which helps increase company awareness across the world. Business also intend to improving sales to a wider audience and maximising profits. The website is very simple and is very clear as you know where to go for example you know how to look for cars by clicking on the buying button on the top where the navigation bar is.
Also on every page the navigation bar stay in the same place and it doesn’t change which is good for allowing the user to get to know the websites layout. On the homepage you can also click on sub-links to read review from people who have given road tests on certain cars, also it is packed with loads of information to be read and they even give the option of selling a vehicle check before you go onto buy a car from their website this helps ease the stress of the customer when buying a high value car because they have to just pay i??
25 and their vehicle is checked if it has been stolen or not; and all the VIN and engine number are checked etc to certify that it is ok to buy. The purpose of Autotrader having a website is to appeal to a global market like Italy, Holland, Ireland and people within the UK. So if people don’t get a copy of the Autotrader magazine or they just don’t want to buy the magazine they can go onto the internet and view the cars which are for sale.
The main feature of the website is the search box which searches the entire Autotrader database for the type of car a customer may want to look for, for example if a customer wants to look for a Vauxhall Astra then they just have to fill in the make box and the model box and after the price range boxes; the results will show the exact type of car a Vauxhall Astra. The good thing about the website is that on the homepage there is text to explaining how to make purchases with Autotrader and how to make offers etc.
Basically it gives instructions on how to purchase cars form Autotrader. Autotrader is a national magazine which has 39% of the online classified marketing sector (Source http://www. tradermediagroup. com/companies/auto-trader. html) and is the market leader in classified ads of cars on magazines, their website allows you to search whatever people want to buy or sell their cars this makes the customer be able to narrow their searches more specifically; most people turn to Autotrader as a point of interest to sell cars through advertisements in the magazine at cheap prices.
Autotrader don’t sell the cars they just offer the for sale pitches for people. The use of the Autotrader website is that it helps people search cars that they like and may be thinking of purchasing; also it gives clear descriptions of the cars and it even gives people pictures of the state in which the cars are in. The website shows all the latest cars that are for sale second hand or new it depends on the person if they want second hand or brand new cars.
They can even put in the specifications which they want from the car like engine size or diesel or petrol, with the use of the website they can go through all the cars that are available to them in the selected price range in which they think they can afford and it even go through all models and makes of cars which they would like to choose; it even saves paper for the environment as Autotrader sell quite a lot of cars and they display adds of up to 350,000 in their magazines and it saves time for the customer from going through other categories of cars which don’t hold not use to the customer.
With the help of the budget and specifications tool they are able look at other cars which they thought wouldn’t be suited for them. And it also gives details of the person selling the car of if it’s a trade sale or private sale, private sales make up 80% of Autotrader’s sales and the rest of the 20% is of trade sale; if a company sells a car on Autotrader then it even gives details of the company selling the car.
All the descriptions of the cars are very accurate and they are very specific in a simplistic way so it helps for anyone to understand. The Autotrader website also offers the customer the option for any financial help on purchasing their car; also they can even buy personalised number plates for their cars and even upgrade certain parts of their car.
Also it helps Autotrader to advertise other companies’ products and gain revenue from them, sell other products like their own magazine and other services offered by Autotrader, their site also offers advice on when buying and what type of car would be best for what type of people for example they do this by doing road tests on certain cars and giving the advantage and disadvantages of the cars that they test drive. Autotrader’s website also offers cars insurance quotes and car loans etc.

“A Taste of Honey” by Shelagh Delaney

In writing, “A Taste of Honey” in the year 1958, what impact did Shelagh Delaney desire to leave on her audience members and what type of technique did she use in connecting them?

Shelagh Deleney wrote her plays for the upper and middle classed of people where individuals could find the scenes completely opposite to what they were familiar with and saw everyday in society.

Delaney didn’t focus on families being what everyone conceived them as, where the family consisted of the head of the household or the dad, working for the family in order to earn a living and then the mother who stayed at home and cooked and cleaned and tended to the children.
We learn at 123HelpMe.com that Shelagh Delaney tells us that, (p.1) “The stereotypical play was where the men worked and the women stayed at home, cleaning and cooking.”
Delaney wanted to offer something entirely different to her audience and she used her vivid imagination to shock her audience members with families that were entirely, untraditional.
“A Taste of Honey” (back cover) offers to enlighten us that, “A Taste of Honey” is “a sensational theatrical success in London. A Taste of Honey was written by Shelagh Delaney at the age of 18.
The play prompted Graham Greene to say that it had “all the freshness of Mr. Osborne’s Look Back in Anger and a greater maturity.” Delaney’s play was successful because of her originality.
Delaney is compared to another great writer and is even paid the compliment that her writing is more mature than that of someone who is more experienced in the writing field and who is much older than Delaney.
Delaney’s writing style was mature because she wished to connect with her audience members and to achieve that she found it necessary to write with maturity and on topics that would appeal to those members who viewed her play.
In the first act of Delaney‘s play it opens up with two character entering a room, carrying their belongings. (P. 1) Book Rags teaches us that, “The scene opens in a shabby apartment in Manchester, England, in 1956. Helen and her teenage daughter, Jo, enter loaded with bags. Helen is described as a semi-prostitute, but her men are her only known source of financial support.”
Delaney also writes that, “The Boy is a black sailor who appears briefly, professing love for Jo.
He asks her to marry him and gives her a ring. They spend a week together during Christmas, but then he leaves for a six month tour at sea.” The young author is able to demonstrate an extremely adult situation in an era where this type of behavior was not accepted in connecting with her audience and gaining their complete and undivided attention.
To connect more closely with her viewers, Delaney used scenes that depicted more mature subject matter, in catching and maintaining their attention of the scenes in the play.
Did Delaney’s audience respect her work as she linked with their personalities? We learn in her biography that a fan said, After seeing the first production of Shelagh Delaney’s A Taste of Honey in May 1958, Lindsay Anderson said of the play in Encore: “To talk as we do about new working-class audiences, about plays that will interpret the common experiences of today-all this is one thing and a good thing too.”
It is evident that Delaney cast a spell on her audience while reeling them in and capturing their full attention. They go on further to mention about the play, “A work of complete, exhilarating originality.” Delaney gained tremendous acceptance with her play and many individuals viewed and thought there was nothing else like the work that Delaney provided.
Susan Whitehead offers that, “But, how much better even, how much more exciting, to find such theatre suddenly here, suddenly sprung up under our feet!”(p. 55-60) Delaney offered an exciting escape from reality in her play where people could gather and take in the scenes that Delaney offered for entertainment in order to grasp the affection of her audience.
 “A Taste of Honey” is full of situations where the author left her audience in a gasp at her incredible imagination and thoughts on what life would be like if it were flip-flopped to something that was completely different than one would ever guess it to be.
She is remarkable in her attempt to form situations that impress upons one’s theories and attitudes toward rules in society.

Tablet Pc

Microsoft tablet pc The History • Launched in November 2002, just three month the shipment reach 72,000 units. These developments make many of industry observer surprise because they forecast the market not ready to accept tablet pc until 21st century. • A half market sales in U. S and target to get optimist market in Asia As long they support and recognize many of language, they optimist for getting the market. • Analysis point: will take 6-12 month for the market adoption for increasing the market. The evolution of digital portable device Developing was start in 1980s. The technology is undeveloped and relative new in this period. • Several companies begin to develop: IBM, Dell, Compaq, Fujitsu launch portable personal computing device the form in notebook and personal data assistant (PDA). Exhibit 1. Explain us the revolution from the big mainframe computer until change to PDA or a pocket PC you can carried everywhere. • The first generation for portable device, there’s portable in nature but for the function below from traditional desktop PCs was provide.
And in this time there no feature of speech and hand recognition. • Stylus was developing to change the function of mouse and keyboard. • In 1990-1991 Microsoft Pen Service 1. 0 OS and the respond of market is not good. This is also happen in 1995 when Microsoft trying to fix the bugs by launching Pen Windows 2. 0 OS. • In 1998 Microsoft release windows CE 2. 0 with handwriting recognition. This is only 60% the accuracy to recognize the handwriting. • In August 1999 Microsoft begin on working at the device which is called tabled pc.
This combines a desktop computer, mobile computer and pen-base system, which is the notebook without keyboard and mouse. • In 2000 Microsoft release Windows CE 3. 0 with handwriting recognizing for their PDA. Microsoft builds the tablet pc prototype • The prototype build not have feature that were present in notebook such as: external batteries, an external hard disk and external modem. This mean to reduce a weight, as well as, the width of a notebook/computer. • Six vendor hired by Microsoft for build the prototype: 1. Flextronics for the design aspect. . FinePoint Innovation for RF digitizer. 3. Phoenix for device enabling and management software product. 4. Transmeta for microprocessor. 5. Silicon Motion for video controller. 6. Silver Cloud Manufacturing for computer base filters and lenses. Positioning and promoting the tablet PC • In June 2000 Microsoft begin to demonstrate the prototype of PC tablet. The product did not receive much coverage because of minor part of the presentation. • In November 2000 the second demonstrate at the Comdex show with the presentation from Gates.

The analysis and the industry observer were not impressed because they think gates only inform about the Brand image and if they want grab a market they must convince the market that the tablet pc function better than notebook computer. • In 2001 Microsoft held their promotion in WinHEC to fix their strategy, update OEM developer and technology, and the roadmaps that the company would adopt for future computing product. The handwriting recognizing not success so Microsoft change plans to ink management feature. Which is keep the handwriting as original and not converting them to computer font). The target market for the tablet pc was the corporate users which is describe by Microsoft as ‘knowledge workers with productivity focus’. • Tablet pc benefit than laptop computer: more light and easy to carried also the batteries power more life time. • After have a postpone for fix the problem, in November 2001 Microsoft do a promotional demonstration on tablet pc at the Comdex show. They introduce the tablet pc feature such as long battery life, sophisticated handwriting recognition, ink management, high speed microprocessor, high resolution display, and build wireless capability.
At this time the analysis and industry observer getting convince to their presentation but still have the criticism such as if the price is same or more that notebook price they will not lure to the market because they not really need change their notebook with some think not really different but with the high price. Tablet make a modest star • On November 7, 2002 microsoft launched tablet pc to the market at the same time the OEM partners to release their respective tablet PCs. • There’s more than 20 vendor hardware and software partnered with Microsoft to support the tablet pc. The firm expected the sale will be 425,000 units in 2003, but their have wrong expectation. Nearly 592,000 tablet PCs were sold around the world for the year ending 2002. What next for the tablets? • Analysis observed that although demand for the tablet PC was high in targeted niche area, this is because the two main of reason: the price is higher than laptop pc and they suffered from a lack of mainstream application. • To solve the problem Microsoft introduce a new tablet pc with lower of price. • They develop Microsoft office for tablet pc • The company partnered with more than 50 software and hardware vendor to support tablet pc.

Wal-Mart: Business Details, Marketing Strategies And Analysis

Company information:
Company name      Wal-Mart Stores
Sector                       Retail defensive

Founded                  02.07.1962
Founder                   Sam Walton
IPO date                  Thursday, 01.10.1970
Location                   Bentonville, Arkansas, US
Fundamentals and financials:
Market cup                         $240.5 billion
Revenue                              $490 billion
Employees                          2.3 million
Revenue/employee           $213000
Net income                         $12.73 billion
Shares outstanding           2.987 billion
Annual earnings/share     $4.17
P/E ratio                               19.3
Company management: Gregory Foran (Executive Vice President; President and Chief Executive Officer, Walmart U.S.), David Cheesewright (Executive Vice President; President and Chief Executive Officer, Walmart International), C. Douglas McMillon (Director, President and Chief Executive Officer)
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Established way back in 1962, but incorporated in 1969, Wal-Mart is a chain of retail superstores that sells all the essential conveniences at lowered prices to its customer. It was founded by Sam Walton in Rogers, Arkansas.
Since then it moved its headquarters to Bentonville; the business operates all over the US and serves millions of customers on a regular basis.
More about its storied history can be found below.

Social Impacts of Wal-Mart
Is Walmart Good for America
Ethical Obligation Of Wal-Mart
Wal-Mart Corporation
The company Wal-Mart
Wal-Mart

Financial Data
Walmart can boast with a solid financial performance. Annual revenue number reached $481.317 billion, which is a 0.8% growth in comparison with last year’s performance. Operating income – $22.764 billion.
Net sales figures by segment:
US – $307.833 billion, which amounts to 64% of all sales.
International – $116.119 billion, which amounts to 24.1% of all sales.
Sam’s Club – $57.365 billion, which amounts to 11.9% of all sales.
Dividends declared per share $2.00
Total assets: $198.885 billion.
The company upholds three principal financial ideals: strategic allocation of capital, operating discipline, and growth. Low-profit margins used in order to maintain competitive costs is a financial risk, indeed, but this retailer managed to turn it into a winning strategy across the board.
More financials of note below.

Is Wal-Mart Good or Bad for the Economy
The Wal-Mart’s Financial Data

Marketing
Walmart offers a broad range of products for its customers: groceries, electronics, entertainment, furniture, clothing and countless others.
The company is using an Everyday Low Price strategy (which also gets implemented in ads), it manages to attract a large number of consumers. It has proven to be quite useful, judging by revenue numbers and visitors – the company serves more than 260 million customers a week.
Walmart uses a mix of advertisements, promotions, and public relations to reach new or loyal customers. Printed and online ads are used, and the advertised 2-day shipping is a substantial factor for consideration.

More on marketing below.

The Wal-Mart Effect
How Wal-Mart penetrates the market

Structure and Operations
A total of 11,695 stores are open in 28 countries all over the world. 4,672 stores operate in the US alone. Additionally, Sam’s Club amounts to 660 locations. On top of that, it operates e-commerce websites in 11 countries.
It’s said that statistically there’s a Walmart store available within 10 miles of 90% of the US population.
2.3 million (1.4 million in the US) employees work at Walmart, and this makes this corporation the largest private employer.
The company invested $2.7 billion into employee training and higher wages, and this was done over the course of the past two years as a push for better-trained employees.

Wal-Mart Stores
Wal-Mart and Labor Unions
Wal-Mart and Corporate Social Responsibility
Wal-Mart’s ethical
Wal-Mart and their Organizational Behavior Concepts

Analysis
Walmart positions itself as an affordable, cost-effective retailer and its expansion is inevitable. On top of an efficient supply chain and distribution channels, this retailer has a strong online presence, with 1 million of products available. Walmart is all about combining online technology and traditional retailing, but the company is exposed to market risks. The company operates internationally and is subject to currency conversion rates, changes in market rates of interest, commodity levels, trends, and other associated economic factors.
Main competitors: Amazon Inc, Alibaba Group, Costco, Target.
See accompanying materials for additional insight.

Wal-Mart Case
The 2003 Case Study and the Present Challenges of Wal-Mart
Walmart and the ethics of cheap retailing

Community Mapping

As the British philosopher Edmund Burke once observed, “All government, indeed every human benefit and enjoyment, every virtue, and every prudent act, is founded on compromise and barter.”
For the final project in this course, you will write a grant-proposal paper to secure funding for your proposed service project that seeks to serve a community. In M1: Assignment 3(attached), you defined the scope of the project and created a preliminary assessment of the project’s needs.
In this assignment, you will identify and analyze the component parts of the community you have chosen to work in. Pay specific attention to how the parts compromise with, interact with, and relate to one another as well as how they act as potential avenues of support for your own project.
You will create a detailed concept map of the community you are researching. 
 Address the following:

Identify a community that will be a basis for your service project.
Identify all the major forces at work in the community while focusing on the key players.
Identify the goals, needs, and possible relationships of these key players to one another.
Provide a short analysis of these relationships. How will they influence the planning, design, and implementation of the proposed service project?

Write a 4–5 page paper in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources. 

Module 8: Discussion Forum

 
Based on the peer feedback you received in the Module 7 discussion about your wiki entry and from your instructor regarding your draft, address the following (100-400 words):

Before drafting your initial post, take time to reflect on everything you learned during the past few weeks about argument, logic, and fallacy.
Reread your draft with an eye on logic, and make note of any fallacies you catch or claims that lack support.
Take another look at your wiki entry and draft, with an eye on your use of outside sources. Keep an eye out for missing quotation marks, poorly paraphrased information, and in-text citations. Make note of any errors or concerns you discover. Tell us about the main areas of your paper that need work.

How do you plan to adjust your paper to “fix” any areas that need improvement?
Note if your reviewer(s) thought you addressed a main purpose/thesis in your paper.
Did your reviewer(s) think you reached your audience? Do you think you reached your audience?
As you move on to other courses, how do you plan to use what you learned in this class to expand your critical writing skills? How might you use these skills for workplace writing?

Boo Radley

Boo Radley Boo Radley, an enigmatic character in To Kill a Mockingbird is an interesting man to behold. Standing six and a half feet tall with a scar traversing his face, Boo has an intimidating appearance. Boo has an infamous reputation; as a mutilator of domestic house pets, as a drooling stalker that supposedly peered in neighborhood windows in the dead of the night, and for having halitosis that purportedly would wilt a flower. Although nearly no one had ever seen this “town lunatic”, rumors spread like wildfire about his personality quirks and disheveled appearance.
Boo has decayed yellow teeth. Allegedly, this mystery man’s pecan tree was poisonous and his mouth is tainted with the blood of cats and chickens that he had tortured. Tortured was often used in describing Boo, but rumors and innuendo are more fiction than fact. For instance, Boo Radley was an alias used to hide his real name, “Arthur”. Growing up as a troubled teen, Boo was part of a gang that was eventually caught for swearing in front of women. The juvenile delinquents were tried and sentenced to industrial school.
With a religious and legalistic upbringing, Boo’s father refused to allow Boo to go to industrial school and instead took him home. Incarcerated in the house for years, the prisoner never received a chance to go outside. He was trapped. At age thirty-five the psychologically scarred adult stabbed his father in the leg with scissors. This incident proved to be the final straw for his father and the courts. Arthur was jailed in the basement of the County Courthouse for a short time. Eventually, your past will catch up with you, and Arthur’s did. Only time will tell what becomes of Boo.

Assignment 1: Privacy, Laws, and Security Measures

 You are an information security manager for a large retail sporting goods store. The sporting goods store is involved in the following in which they: 

Maintain an internal network and an intranet protected by a firewall
Maintain a Web server in the DMZ that is protected by another firewall
Accept credit card sales in the store and over the Web via e-Commerce transactions
Maintain an email server for employee email communication and communication with other business partners and customers
Maintain a wireless network within the store
Use RFID for inventory and theft prevention
Maintain a Facebook presence
Provide health screening for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and other potential health risks 

The CEO is concerned about the amount of information that is being collected and maintained within the organization.Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you:

Describe the major privacy issues facing organizations today.
Analyze the major privacy issues described above and compare that to the potential privacy risks facing the sporting goods store. 
Explain the security risks and applicable laws that govern the privacy risk.
Describe the security measures that the organization needs to implement to mitigate the risks.
Use at least three (3) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources. 

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required page length. 

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

Explain the concept of privacy and its legal protections. 
Use technology and information resources to research legal issues in information security.
Write clearly and concisely about information security legal issues and topics using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions.

M4 OAES Assigned Questions

SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT
 
M4 OAES Assigned Questions
Read the Success on the OAES document for full instructions about how to use this system.
Assigned questions for Module 4 are:
Q9-1: What type of information system includes both financial and non-financial information and can be presented graphically relative to targets?

Q9-2: What type of information system provides holistic information across multiple business activities?

Q9-3: Explain the concept of reporting on a horizontal perspective.

Q9-4: Why is information systems design and control important?

Q13-1: Williams, a professional services firm has overhead of £625,000. It operates three divisions and an accountant’s estimate of the overhead allocation per division is 38% for Division 1, 22% for Division 2 and 40% for Division 3. The divisions respectively bill 4,100, 1,950 and 3,300 hours. Calculate the business-wide overhead recovery rate and the cost centre overhead recovery rate for each division.

Q13-2: Randy’s Components uses an activity based costing system for its product costing. For the last quarter, the following data relates to costs, output volume and cost drivers. If set-up costs are driven by the number of production runs, what are the correct set-up costs for each product?

Overhead Cost
£
Machinery
172,000
Set-ups75,000Materials Handling
25,000
Total
272,000
 Product informationABCProduction and sales units  5,0003,5002,800Number of production runs 1196Number of stores orders15109
Q13-3: What is the difference between absorption costing and ABC costing?
Q13-4: The main proposal made by Cooper & Kaplan in their article “How cost accounting distorts product costs” is best described as? (The article can be found as Reading A on page 390 of your textbook.)

Q14-1a: The projected net cash flows for an investment are (in £’000):
Y0: -950

Y1: 130

Y2: 200

Y3: 330

Y4: 270

Y5: 180What is the net present value of the investment, assuming a 7% cost of capital and a 950 initial investment. What is the NPV when we change the cost of capital to 8% and have a 850 initial investment? Have a 9% cost of capital and a 825 initial investment? Or have a 6% cost of capital and a 900 initial investment?Q14:-1b: Given the cash flow in the prior question (14a) and for the $900 initial investment, what is the IRR of the cash flows?

Q14-2: General Sales is considering three alternative investment proposals but can only accept one of these. The investments and cash flows are shown below:

Year 0
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Project A
Cost of Capital
12%
Cash inflows
-150,000
50,000
75,000
75,000
50,000
Project B
Cost of Capital
11%
Cash inflows
-200,000
75,000
75,000
75,000
75,000
Project C
Cost of Capital
10%
Cash inflows
-265,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
100,000
General uses discounted cash flow techniques to evaluate its investments, using a cost of capital as specified above. Compare for each alternative investment the Net present value, Profitability index, and the Internal rate of return. Which of the three investment proposals would you prefer and why?