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Exhibit 2: Cash Flows for Assets
  Undiscounted
cash flows
Traditional
discounted
cash flows
Discounted
expected
cash flows
at risk-free rate
Asset A $60,000 $60,000 $60,000
Asset B $60,000 $60,000 $49,800
Asset C $60,000 $42,300 $42,300
Asset D $60,000 $35,760 $31,372
Asset E $60,000 $49,170 $49,170
Asset F $60,000 $44,860 $44,314

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