This video walks through an example of calculating IRR for two capital budgeting projects using the HP10BII financial calculator. This is the second video in a four-part series. Video Rating: 4 / 5

Thanks for the vid, after numerous rage quits because the instruction
booklet and me didnt work well together this video saved my life! Now back
to the studying 🙁

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! You just saved my final project!!

How can you calculate modified internal rate of return on this calculator?

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Thank you for your help Mr. Bracker!

thank you so much! what do you think about the HB10ii+?

this is excellent! far better than the instruction book!

Thanks, boss!

I love the way you explained it, just having problems using the Texas

instrument calculator I have… thanks!

This saved my life. Seriously. Very clear and excellent pacing. THANK YOU

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What if it has a salvage/residual value?

does that go into the calculation?

Very good!

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Thanks mate. real clear

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Thank you for this video!!! I am finally ready to take this test!

PLEASE WHERE IS VIDEO # 1

Thanks, much appreciated!

Glad the videos were helpful…good luck on upcoming exams

Thanks!!!!

Yes…it’s titled “Capital Budgeting Part One — Introduction and Payback

Period” if you want to search for it.

Thanks for the vid, after numerous rage quits because the instruction

booklet and me didnt work well together this video saved my life! Now back

to the studying 🙁

great video, explained the basics quickly and easily. thanks

Is there anyway to calculate the PI through this calculator ?

Is there a video on the Accounting Rate of Return?

very helpful.thanks!