# Complete the following table and compute the project’s conventional payback period. For full cre

Complete the following table and compute the project&#39;s conventional payback period. For full credit, complete the entire table. Note: Round the conventional payback period to two decimal places. Year o -6,000,000 -\$6,000,000 Year 1 \$2,400,000 Year 2 \$5,100,000 Year 3 \$2,100,000 Expected cash flow Cumulative cash flow Conventional payback period: The conventional payback period ignores the time value of money, and this concerns Green Caterpillar&#39;s CFO. He has now asked you to compute Beta&#39;s discounted payback period, assuming the company has a 9% cost of capital. Complete the following table and perform any necessary calculations. Round the discounted cash flow values to the nearest whole dollar, and the discounted payback period to the nearest two decimal places. For full credit, complete the entire table. Year o -6,000,000 Year 1 \$2,400,000 Year 2 \$5,100,000 Year 3 \$2,100,000 Cash flow Discounted cash flow Cumulative discounted cash flow Discounted payback period: D Alichonfit – Altis Dot Otel Which version of a project&#39;s payback period should the CFO use when evaluating Project Beta, given its theoretical superiority? The regular payback period The discounted payback period One theoretical disadvantage of both payback methods-compared to the net present value method is that they fail to consider the value of the cash flows beyond the point in time equal to the payback period. How much value does the discounted payback period method fail to recognize due to this theoretical deficiency? \$5,914,153 \$2,115,988 \$1,621,585 \$3,823,420 Flash Player WIN 32,0,0,238 Q3 3.34.1 © 2004-2016 Aplia. All rights reserved. Save & Continue