Array of discount rates, Computer Engineering

Why do you think you are asked to do valuation given an array of discount rates?

a.    Would it not be extra accurate to utilize, for intsnces , CAPM to calculate cost of equity and then use the result of that calculation to find out firm value??

b.    Do you think your work loses/gains accuracy by giving  discounting FCFs by an array of discount rates ("theoretical WACCs)? Why or why not?

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