Project Cash Flow: Analysis & Examples


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Which of the following is a relevant cash flow?

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1. What type of cash flow would it be if $10,000 is received from an investment over its five-year life span?


What is the working capital given the following information?

Current assets = $10,000

Total assets = $25,000

Current liabilities = $7,000

Total liabilities = $12,000

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Being able to predict how much money will flow in and out of projects is important for the businesses or individuals who are considering investing in them. Use this assessment to determine how well you understand cash flows.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This short assessment will test your knowledge regarding:

  • Relevant cash flows
  • Cash flows used to analyze investments
  • Calculations for working capital
  • The stand-alone principle

Skills Practiced

Some key skills tested with this assessment include:

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding what a relevant cash flow are and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the various types of cash flows
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to calculate working capital from the information provided

Additional Learning

This short assessment comes with a brief lesson, Project Cash Flow: Analysis & Examples, that will provide you with an opportunity to review the material covered in it and a way to study:

  • An example of a relevant cash flow
  • The principle of opportunity cost
  • Differences between cash inflows and outflows