Find the payback period, Physics

Your company's cost of capital is 12%. You are currently evaluating three projects that have the following cash flow streams:

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a.  Find the payback period, discounted payback period,  IRR, and NPV for each of the three projects.

b.  Use the payback period to evaluate options A and B.  Which would you choose according to this method?  Why does payback period give the wrong answer?

c.  Suppose projects A and C are mutually exclusive.  Use the IRR to establish which of the two you should undertake.  Why does IRR give the wrong answer?

d.  Determine whether Project A or C should be undertaken using incremental IRR.

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