In the emerging costs section. Is it required to find the exact IRR, if it asks if it is above a percent?

Or can we just plug in the percent and see if the NPV is positive or negative and then comment from there?

It would just be time saving

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I think that would be okay for contingencies. You may have to justify that the NPV is a monotone function of

i.