Net Present Value, Mathematics

A business has the opportunity to expand by purchasing a machine at a cost of £80,000.
The machine has an estimated life of 5 years and is projected to generate a cashflow of £20,000 each year end, with no scrap value.
Given the current level of interest rates an appropriate discount rate is regarded to be 7%.
(a) Calculate the NPV of this project.
(b) Calculate an approximate Internal Rate of Return for this investment (to the nearest 1%).
(c) Given a discount rate of 7% at what level of annual cashflow would this project become unviable?
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