# Probability Distribution Function of the Internal

## Probability Distribution Function of the Internal Rate of Return for Short-Term Projects with Some Random Cash Flows and Extensions

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# Probability Distribution Function of the Internal Rate of Return for Short-Term Projects with Some Random Cash Flows and Extensions

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Literature CritiqueDate Due:By: First Name M.I. Last NameSarper, H., Palak, G., Chacon, R. P., and Fraser, M. J. (2010). Probability Distribution Function of The Internal Rate of Return for Short-Term Projects with Some Random Cash Flows and Extensions. The Engineering Economist: A journal Devoted to the Problems of Capital Investment, 55 (4): 350-378This article discusses a report on the closed-form probability density function (pdf) and associated expressions. The expressions in this article include the internal rate of return (IRR) in one and two-period pure and simplified probabilistic engineering problems. Developing the probability density function for the IRR can help economists and financial analysts to make decisions on different projects. It follows that this paper analyses the outcome from a study on the pdf of “The Internal Rate of Return for Short-Term Projects with Some Random Cash Flows and Extensions”.The study was completed by setting the interest rate i that ensured cash inflows of an investment was equal to cash outflows of the investment. The study considered that the pdf for the IRR is sensible if multiple root...