Net present Value, Financial Management

Given below are the cash flows of a project. Find out the net present value of the project. Cost of capital is 18% and initial investment is Rs. 2,00,000.
Year Cash Flows (lakhs)
1. 40
2. 45
3. 60
4. 60
5. 75
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