Review the Harvard Business School Case (Brief Case) – #4130

Review the Harvard Business School Case (Brief Case) – #4130, dated June 19, 2009 ( See Attached )Consider the following in your analysis:The main goal for this case is for Janet Mortensen to append a sort of “user guide” in her 2007 calculations;If she did append a “user’s guide” what might be her guidance for different types of project analysis at Midland such as capital budgeting and financial accounting, performance assessments, M&A proposals, and stock repurchase decisions;how might the cost of capital numbers differ or guidance differ for division- level versus corporate-level decisions;what guidance might she provide with validating the components used to compute the WACC;how would you compute a cost of capital for the Petrochemical division;what ‘actual’ firm would you use now as a pure play for the Petrochemical division. Note:1- pages must be more than 1 page and less than 4 pages2- Grading on Fact Sheet:Overview and Assumptions Appropriateness of T-bond maturity usedAppropriateness of equity risk premium usedAppropriateness of using firm-level WACC for divisionsApproach to defining division-level cost of capitalComputation of firm-level WACC Computation of division-level cost of capitalApproach used to compute cost of capital for PetroChemical DivisionUser Guide Reccomendation – capital project valuation, asset projects, performance evaluationFormat and Content standard 1′ marginssingle-spacing (text)double-spacing between paragraphsno paragraph indentation (left justified)size 12 font, Times New Roman, black textitalicized or bold font for section headings 3- Avoiding Plagiarism. 4- See attachment which is Information to compute WACC based upon different capital structures. 5- See attachment which some examples of factsheet.