Market to book ratio = Market value / book value
2.83 = Market value / 605,000
Market value = 1,712,150
Market value of debt = 104.3% of 345,000 = 359,835
Total market value = 1,712,150 + 359,835 = 2,071,985
WACC = Weights * costs
WACC = (359,835 / 2,071,985)*0.0447 + (1,712,150 / 2,071,985)*0.117
WACC = 0.007763 + 0.096681
WACC = 0.1044 or 10.44%
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