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1. Is CAPM a pre-tax or an after-tax method for a private company? (3p) Explain2. 13. In 2018, You and your friend from college started a private company. At that time, You decided to keep 7,500 shares and your friend to have 2,500 shares. (5p)After one year and half, your sister decided to invest $20,000 for 40% equity stake in your business. In November 2020, all shareholders decided to sell 30% of equity in business to another private company for $300,000. The new private company made a counteroffer to take 30% stake into the business for $15,000. Structure the deal for the 2 financing rounds and determine the value of the firm at each stage, the % of ownership, no of total shares. Please explain what is the best deal for you and your friend after the two financing rounds and all scenarios. Why? Why not?Show your formulas and calculations under each scenario and present your solutions below.3. Use only the data in the case. You don’t need to use any external sources.Please answer the following questions:1. Perform an analysis of external factors presented in the case.2. Conduct a company analysis for Bluntly.3. Evaluate the potential acquirer.4. When valuing a private company what special considerations you might need to use.5. Value the private company using the data given in the case.6. Discuss the assumptions made.7. Which are the advantages and disadvantages of using different methodologies specifically for this case (be specific to this case).If you make any assumptions, please be specific and justify your assumptions. Include a table with your assumptions specifying next to each assumption how you chose it. Show your formulas and calculations.1. Perform an analysis of external factors presented in the case. 2. Conduct a company analysis for Bluntly. 3. Evaluate the potential acquirer. 4. When valuing a private company what special considerations you might need to use.