Project #47680 - Corporate FInance HELP!!!

I have a quiz that is due that I need help with.  I am including a few questions from the previous quiz for your review to see if this is something you can help me with- the class has most of us students fustrated with the lack of book training, combined with the fact that we are not finance majors- most of us are MBA students going into either health care management or marketing, and this is our first (and only!) finance class....  I understand what the numbers mean, but have no idea how to do the math to get to this point!

The quiz will be fairly lengthly, and I'll have some follow up work that I'll need help with (for a different assignment, of course!) so anybody who feels that they have a good understanding of what this course entails would be appreciated!

I'm including two sample questions so you can see what is required for the class, I would greatly appreciate it if you looked them over and can give me a fair assesment of your ability to do this for me- I'm more than lost in this class!  I'm asking for the work to be completed by Monday at noon eastern standard time so I can post the next assignment that I need help with.  If you feel you cannot complete the assignment prior to this time, please be honest!

Example Questions:

With the growing popularity of casual surf print clothing, two recent MBA graduates decided to broaden this casual surf concept to encompass a “surf lifestyle for the home.” With limited capital, they decided to focus on surf print table and floor lamps to accent people’s homes. They projected unit sales of these lamps to be 8,800 in the first year, with growth of 6 percent each year for the next five years. Production of these lamps will require $53,000 in networking capital to start. Total fixed costs are $113,000 per year, variable production costs are $20 per unit, and the units are priced at $48 each. The equipment needed to begin production will cost $193,000. The equipment will be depreciated using the straight-line method over a five-year life and is not expected to have a salvage value. The effective tax rate is 40 percent, and the required rate of return is 25 percent. What is the NPV of this project (please round to two decimal places)

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Raphael Restaurant is considering the purchase of a $9,600 soufflé maker. The soufflé maker has an economic life of eight years and will be fully depreciated by the straight-line method. The machine will produce 1,800 soufflés per year, with each costing $2.20 to make and priced at $5.05. Assume that the discount rate is 10 percent and the tax rate is 40 percent.  What is the NPV of the project? (please round to decimal places)

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/17/2014 12:00 pm
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