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Common-size ch3
Student: financial statements present all balance sheet account values as a percentage of:
A. the forecasted budget.
B. sales.
C. total equity.
D. total assets.
E. last year's account value.
2.
The ratios that are based on financial statement values and used for comparison purposes are called:
A. financial ratios.
B. industrial statistics.
C. equity standards.
D. accounting returns.
E. analytical standards.
3.
The Du Pont identity can be totally defined by which one of the following?
A. Return on equity, total asset turnover, and equity multiplier
B. Equity multiplier and return on assets
C. Profit margin and return on equity
D. Total asset turnover, profit margin, and debt-equity ratio
E. Equity multiplier, return on assets, and profit margin
4.
Which one of the following is the maximum growth rate that a firm can achieve without any additional
external financing?
A. Du Pont rate
B. External growth rate
C. Sustainable growth rate
D. Internal growth rate
E. Cash flow rate
5.
The sustainable growth rate is defined as the maximum rate at which a firm can grow given which of the
following conditions?
A. No new external financing of any kind
B. No new debt but additional external equity equal to the increase in retained earnings
C. New debt and external equity in equal proportions
D. New debt and external equity, provided the debt-equity ratio remains constant
E. No new equity and a constant debt-equity ratio
6.
Which one of the following is the abbreviation for the U.S. government coding system that classifies a
firm by its specific type of business operations?
A. BEC
B. SED
C. BID
D. SIC
E. SBC
7.
Builder's Outlet just hired a new chief financial officer. To get a feel for the company, she wants to
compare the firm's sales and costs over the past 3 years determine if any trends are present and also
determine where the firm might need to make changes. Which one of the following statements will best
suit her purposes?
A. Income statement
B. Balance sheet
C. Common-size income statement
D. Common-size balance sheet
E. Statement of cash flows
8.
A common-size balance sheet helps financial managers determine:
A. which customers are paying on a timely basis.
B. if costs are increasing faster or slower than sales.
C. if changes are occurring in a firm's mix of assets.
D. if a firm is generating more or less sales per dollar of assets than in prior years.
E. the rate at which the firm's dividends are changing.
9.
High Tower Pharmacy pays a fixed percentage of its net income out to its shareholders in the form of
annual dividends. Given this, the percent shown on a common-size income statement for the dividend
account will:
A. remain constant over time.
B. be equal to the dividend amount divided by the net income.
C. vary in direct relation to the net profit percentage.
D. vary in direct relation to changes in the sales level.
E. vary but not in direct relation to any other variable.
10. Which one of the following transactions will increase the liquidity of a firm?
A. Cash purchase of new production equipment
B. Payment of an account payable
C. Cash purchase of inventory
D. Credit sale of inventory at cost
E. Cash payment of employee wages
11. Which one of the following actions will increase the current ratio, all else constant? Assume the current
ratio is greater than 1.0.
A. Cash purchase of inventory
B. Cash payment of an account receivable
C. Cash payment of an account payable
D. Credit sale of inventory at cost
E. Cash sale of inventory at a loss
12. A firm has a current ratio of 1.4 and a quick ratio of 0.9. Given this, you know for certain that the
firm:
A. pays cash for its inventory.
B. has more than half its current assets invested in inventory.
C. has more cash than inventory.
D. has more current liabilities than it does current assets.
E. has positive net working capital.
13. Fred is the owner of a local feed store. Which one of the following ratios should he compute if he wants
to know how long the store can pay its bills given the amount of cash the store currently has?
A. Current ratio
B. Debt ratio
C. Cash coverage ratio
D. Quick ratio
E. Cash ratio
14. Which one of the following is a measure of long-term solvency?
A. Price-earnings ratio
B. Profit margin
C. Equity multiplier
D. Receivables turnover
E. Quick ratio
15. The cash coverage ratio is used to evaluate the:
A. liquidity of a firm.
B. speed at which a firm generates cash.
C. length of time that a firm can pay its bills if no additional cash becomes available.
D. ability of a firm to pay the interest on its debt.
E. relationship between the firm's cash balance and its current liabilities.
16. The equity multiplier is equal to:
A. one plus the debt-equity ratio.
B. one plus the total asset turnover.
C. total debt divided by total equity.
D. total equity divided by total assets.
E. one divided by the total asset turnover.
17. Blooming Gardens has an inventory turnover of 16. This means the firm:
A. sells its entire inventory every 16 days.
B. only stocks its inventory every 16 days.
C. buys 16 days of inventory with each order.
D. sells its inventory by granting customers 16 days credit.
E. sells its inventory an average of 16 times each year.
18. Which one of the following best indicates a firm is utilizing its assets more efficiently than it has in the
past?
A. Decrease in the total asset turnover
B. Decrease in the capital intensity ratio
C. Increase in days' sales in receivables
D. Decrease in the profit margin
E. Decrease in the inventory turnover rate
19. Kelso's Pharmacy generates $2 in sales for every $1 the firm has invested in total assets. Which one of the
following ratios would reflect this relationship?
A. Receivables turnover
B. Equity multiplier
C. Profit margin
D. Return on assets
E. Total asset turnover
20. Which one of the following will increase the profit margin of a firm, all else constant?
A. Increase in interest paid
B. Increase in fixed costs
C. Increase in depreciation expense
D. Decrease in the tax rate
E. Decrease in sales
21. You would like to borrow money three years from now to build a new building. In preparation for
applying for that loan, you are in the process of developing target ratios for your firm. Which set of ratios
represents the best target mix considering that you want to obtain outside financing in the relatively near
future?
A. Times interest earned = 1.7; debt-equity ratio = 1.6
B. Times interest earned = 1.5; debt-equity ratio = 1.2
C. Cash coverage ratio = 0.8; debt-equity ratio = 0.8
D. Cash coverage ratio = 2.6; debt-equity ratio = 0.3
E. Cash coverage ratio = 0.5; total debt ratio = 0.2
22. All else constant, which one of the following will decrease if a firm increases its net income?
A. Return on assets
B. Profit margin
C. Return on equity
D. Price-sales ratio
E. Price-earnings ratio
23. Which one of the following statements is true concerning the price-earnings (PE) ratio?
A. A high PE ratio may indicate that a firm is expected to grow significantly.
B. A PE ratio of 16 indicates that investors are willing to pay $1 for every $16 of current earnings.
C. PE ratios are unaffected by the accounting methods employed by a firm.
D. The PE ratio is classified as a profitability ratio.
E. The PE ratio is a constant value for each firm.
24. New Century Products is a company that was founded last year. While the outlook for the company is
positive, it currently has negative earnings. If you wanted to measure the progress of this firm, which one
of the following ratios would probably be best to monitor given the firm's current situation?
A. Price-sales ratio
B. Market-to-book ratio
C. Profit margin
D. ROE
E. ROA
25. The Du Pont identity can be used to help a financial manager determine the:
I. degree of financial leverage used by a firm.
II. operating efficiency of a firm.
III. utilization rate of a firm's assets.
IV. rate of return on a firm's assets.
A. II and III only
B. I and III only
C. II, III, and IV only
D. I, II, and III only
E. I, II, III, and IV
26. The T-shirt Hut successfully managed to reduce its general and administrative costs this year. This cost
improvement will increase which of the following ratios?
I. Profit margin
II. Return on assets
III. Total asset turnover
IV. Return on equity
A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II, III, and IV only
D. I, II, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
27. Martha's Sweet Shop reduced its fixed assets this year without affecting the shop's operations, sales, or
equity. This reduction will increase which of the following ratios?
I. Capital intensity ratio
II. Return on assets
III. Total asset turnover
IV. Return on equity
A. I and II only
B. II and III only
C. II, III, and IV only
D. I, II, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
28. Donovan Brothers, Inc. would like to increase its internal rate of growth. Decreasing which one of the
following will help the firm achieve its goal?
A. Return on assets
B. Net income
C. Retention ratio
D. Dividend payout ratio
E. Return on equity
29. If a firm has a 100 percent dividend payout ratio, then the internal growth rate of the firm is:
A. zero percent.
B. 100 percent.
C. equal to the ROA.
D. negative.
E. infinite.
30. Which of the following are determinants of a firm's sustainable rate of growth?
I. Amount of sales generated from each dollar invested in assets
II. Amount of debt per dollar of equity
III. Amount of current assets per dollar of current liabilities
IV. Percent of net income distributed as dividends
A. I and III only
B. II and IV only
C. I, II, and IV only
D. II, III, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
31. Which of the following will increase the sustainable rate of growth for a firm?
I. Decreasing the profit margin
II. Increasing the dividend payout ratio
III. Decreasing the capital intensity ratio
IV. Increasing the target debt-equity ratio
A. I and II only
B. III and IV only
C. II and IV only
D. I, III, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
32. Financial statement analysis:
A. is primarily used to identify account values that meet the normal standards.
B. is limited to internal use by a firm's managers.
C. provides useful information that can serve as a basis for forecasting future performance.
D. provides useful information to shareholders but not to debt holders.
E. is enhanced by comparing results to those of a firm's peers but not by comparing results to prior
periods.
33. Which one of the following statements is correct?
A. Peer group analysis is easier when a firm is a conglomerate versus when it only has a single
B. line of business.
C. Peer group analysis is easier when seasonal firms have different fiscal years.
D. Peer group analysis is simplified when firms use varying methods of depreciation.
E. Comparing results across geographic locations is easier since all countries now use a common
F. set of accounting standards.
G Adjustments have to be made when comparing the income statements of firms which use different
. methods of accounting for inventory.
34. Russell's Hardware has inventory of $218,000, equity of $421,800, total assets of $647,700, and sales of
$587,200. What is the common-size percentage for the inventory account?
A. 26.81 percent
B. 33.66 percent
C. 37.12 percent
D. 49.09 percent
E. 51.68 percent
35. A firm has inventory of $11,400, accounts payable of $9,800, cash of $850, net fixed assets of $12,150,
long-term debt of $9,500, accounts receivable of $6,600, and total equity of $11,700. What is the
common-size percentage for the net fixed assets?
A. 19.60 percent
B. 26.67 percent
C. 39.19 percent
D. 42.08 percent
E. 48.75 percent
36. Foreign Travel Services has net income of $48,400, total assets of $219,000, total equity of $154,800, and
total sales of $311,700. What is the common-size percentage for the net income?
A. 9.00 percent
B. 13.90 percent
C. 15.53 percent
D. 22.10 percent
E. 31.27 percent
37. Delmont Movers has a profit margin of 6.2 percent and net income of $48,900. What is the common-size
percentage for the cost of goods sold if that expense amounted to $379,000 for the year?
A. 12.90 percent
B. 23.50 percent
C. 33.25 percent
D. 41.06 percent
E. 48.05 percent
38. A firm has sales of $428,000 for the year. The profit margin is 3.4 percent and the retention ratio is 60
percent. What is the common-size percentage for the dividends paid?
A. 0.99 percent
B. 1.18 percent
C. 1.21 percent
D. 1.36 percent
E. 1.42 percent
39. Peter's Motor Works has total assets of $689,400, long-term debt of $299,500, total equity of $275,000,
net fixed assets of $497,800, and sales of $721,500. The profit margin is 4.6 percent. What is the current
ratio?
A. 0.60
B. 0.91
C. 1.01
D. 1.67
E. 2.16
40. Healthy Foods has total assets of $129,800, net fixed assets of $71,500, long-term debt of $52,000, and
total debt of $78,700. If inventory is $31,800, what is the current ratio?
A. 0.33
B. 0.46
C. 0.84
D. 1.18
E. 2.18
41. A firm has net working capital of $3,800 and current assets of $11,700. What is the current ratio?
A. 0.34
B. 0.60
C. 1.48
D. 1.65
E. 2.92
42. Slightly Used Goods has cash of $2,150, inventory of $28,470, fixed assets of $9,860, accounts payable
of $11,900, and accounts receivable of $4,660. What is the cash ratio?
A. 0.08
B. 0.18
C. 0.32
D. 0.46
E. 0.51
43. You are analyzing a company that has cash of $11,200, accounts receivable of $27,800, fixed assets of
$124,600, accounts payable of $31,300, and inventory of $56,900. What is the quick ratio?
A. 0.30
B. 0.67
C. 0.80
D. 1.25
E. 1.37
44. Tasty Dee-Lite has current liabilities of $6,630, net working capital of $2,180, inventory of $2,750, and
sales of $36,800. What is the quick ratio?
A. 0.76
B. 0.84
C. 0.91
D. 1.09
E. 1.19
45. Tressler Dry Cleaners has inventory of $1,700, accounts payable of $4,200, cash of $1,950, and accounts
receivable of $3,680. What is the cash ratio?
A. 0.24
B. 0.46
C. 0.53
D. 0.98
E. 1.34
46. Your firm has cash of $3,800, accounts receivable of $9,600, inventory of $33,100, and net working
capital of $1,100. What is the cash ratio?
A. 0.04
B. 0.08
C. 0.87
D. 1.21
E. 3.45
47. Wilson's Realty has total assets of $46,800, net fixed assets of $37,400, current liabilities of $6,100, and
long-term liabilities of $24,600. What is the total debt ratio?
A. 0.41
B. 0.60
C. 0.66
D. 0.78
E. 0.86
48. Denton, Inc. has total equity of $389,600, long-term debt of $116,400, net working capital of $1,600, and
total assets of $527,600. What is the total debt ratio?
A. 0.22
B. 0.26
C. 0.67
D. 1.49
E. 3.85
49. A firm has total assets of $523,100, current assets of $186,500, current liabilities of $141,000, and total
debt of $215,000. What is the debt-equity ratio?
A. 0.48
B. 0.70
C. 1.10
D. 1.43
E. 2.13
50. The Jelly Jar has total assets of $79,600 and an equity multiplier of 1.35. What is the debt-equity ratio?
A. 0.28
B. 0.35
C. 0.47
D. 0.58
E. 0.67
51. Underwood Homes Sales has total assets of $589,900 and total debt of $318,000. What is the equity
multiplier?
A. 0.46
B. 0.54
C. 1.21
D. 1.85
E. 2.17
52. A firm has an equity multiplier of 1.5. This means that the firm has a:
A. debt-equity ratio of 0.67.
B. debt-equity ratio of 0.33.
C. total debt ratio of 0.50.
D. total debt ratio of 0.67.
E. total debt ratio of 0.33.
53. Preston's Market has sales of $213,600, total assets of $198,700, a debt-equity ratio of 1.6, and a profit
margin of 2.4 percent. What is the equity multiplier?
A. 0.60
B. 0.63
C. 1.83
D. 2.60
E. 2.84
54. Friendly's Shoe Store has earnings before interest and taxes of $21,680 and net income of $12,542. The
tax rate is 34 percent. What is the times interest earned ratio?
A. 0.88
B. 1.67
C. 3.09
D. 5.59
E. 8.10
55. The Berry Patch has sales of $438,000, cost of goods sold of $369,000, depreciation of $37,400, and
interest expense of $13,800. The tax rate is 35 percent. What is the times interest earned ratio?
A. 2.29
B. 3.46
C. 3.87
D. 4.38
E. 4.79
56. A firm has net income of $5,890 and interest expense of $2,130. The tax rate is 34 percent. What is the
firm's times interest earned ratio?
A. 4.82
B. 5.19
C. 5.38
D. 5.67
E. 6.33
57. A firm has net income of $31,300, depreciation of $5,100, taxes of $14,600, and interest paid of $3,100.
What is the cash coverage ratio?
A. 8.78
B. 10.10
C. 14.14
D. 16.32
E. 17.45
58. Blue Water Cafe has $28,700 in total assets, depreciation of $3,100, and interest of $1,400. The total asset
turnover rate is 1.2. Earnings before interest and taxes are equal to 28 percent of sales. What is the cash
coverage ratio?
A. 6.33
B. 7.51
C. 9.10
D. 10.23
E. 10.98
59. The Global Network has sales of $418,700, cost of goods sold of $264,900, and inventory of $61,900.
What is the inventory turnover rate?
A. 1.33
B. 4.28
C. 6.76
D. 7.14
E. 8.47
60. The Tourist Stop takes an average of 63 days to sell its inventory and an average of 1.5 days to collect
payment on its sales. What is the inventory turnover rate?
A. 5.79
B. 7.29
C. 8.68
D. 10.18
E. 11.42
61. Galaxy Sales has sales of $746,700, cost of goods sold of $603,200, and inventory of $94,300. How long
on average does it take the firm to sell its inventory?
A. 6.40 days
B. 7.23 days
C. 48.68 days
D. 57.06 days
E. 61.10 days
62. Handy Hardware sells its inventory in 85 days, on average. Costs of goods sold for the year are $631,800.
What is the average value of the firm's inventory?
A. $114,706
B. $123,506
C. $147,132
D. $161,096
E. $182,513
63. Kessler, Inc. has accounts receivable of $31,600, total assets of $311,500, cost of goods sold of $208,400,
and a capital intensity ratio of 1.08. What is the accounts receivables turnover rate?
A. 8.99
B. 9.13
C. 9.42
D. 9.61
E. 9.72
64. It takes The Corner Store an average of 51 days to sell its inventory and 32 days to collect its accounts
receivable. The firm has sales of $568,700 and costs of goods sold of $398,800. What is the accounts
receivable turnover rate?
A. 11.23
B. 11.41
C. 11.78
D. 12.23
E. 12.55
65. Textile Mills has sales of $923,000, cost of goods sold of $748,000, and accounts receivable of $106,700.
How long on average does it take the firm's customers to pay for their purchases?
A. 8.65 days
B. 11.28 days
C. 25.01 days
D. 42.19 days
E. 45.33 days
66. A firm has $42,900 in receivables and $211,800 in total assets. The total asset turnover rate is 1.45 and
the profit margin is 4.2 percent. How long on average does it take the firm to collect its receivables?
A. 7.16 days
B. 9.45 days
C. 11.68 days
D. 31.25 days
E. 50.99 days
67. Aardvaark & Co. has sales of $291,200, cost of goods sold of $163,300, net profit of $11,360, net fixed
assets of $154,500, and current assets of $89,500. What is the total asset turnover rate?
A. 1.08
B. 1.11
C. 1.19
D. 1.24
E. 1.28
68. Holiday House has sales of $648,000, a profit margin of 6.1 percent, and a capital intensity ratio of 0.84.
What is the total asset turnover rate?
A. 1.04
B. 1.08
C. 1.13
D. 1.19
E. 1.26
69. Martha's Fabric House has sales of $137,200, total equity of $74,400, and a debt-equity ratio of 0.45.
What is the capital intensity ratio?
A. 0.79
B. 0.83
C. 1.06
D. 1.20
E. 1.27
70. Circle Stores has net income of $41,000, a profit margin of 6.7 percent, and a return on assets of 9
percent. What is the capital intensity ratio?
A. 0.74
B. 0.86
C. 1.16
D. 1.34
E. 1.38
71. Tally Ho Inn has annual sales of $737,000. Earnings before interest and taxes is equal to 21 percent
of sales. For the period, the firm paid $7,900 in interest. What is the profit margin if the tax rate is 35
percent?
A. 12.46 percent
B. 12.95 percent
C. 13.33 percent
D. 15.29 percent
E. 16.11 percent
72. The Medicine Cabinet has a return on equity of 18.2 percent, a profit margin of 11.6 percent, and total
equity of $738,000. What is the net income?
A. $85,608
B. $113,875
C. $134,316
D. $142,311
E. $149,897
73. The Next Life has sales of $428,300, total assets of $389,100, and a profit margin of 6.2 percent. What is
the return on assets?
A. 6.29 percent
B. 6.54 percent
C. 6.83 percent
D. 7.01 percent
E. 7.27 percent
74. Goshen Industrial Sales has sales of $828,900, total equity of $539,200, a profit margin of 4.6 percent and
a debt-equity ratio of 0.55. What is the return on assets?
A. 3.89 percent
B. 4.56 percent
C. 6.67 percent
D. 12.86 percent
E. 13.33 percent
75. Cross Hairs Gun Shop has sales of $189,000, a profit margin of 4.8 percent, and a capital intensity ratio
of 0.79. What is the return on assets?
A. 5.67 percent
B. 6.08 percent
C. 6.39 percent
D. 6.42 percent
E. 6.67 percent
76. Freedom Health Centers has total equity of $861,300, sales of $1.48 million, and a profit margin of 5.2
percent. What is the return on equity?
A. 5.82 percent
B. 6.49 percent
C. 7.18 percent
D. 8.68 percent
E. 8.94 percent
77. The Closet Shoppe has total sales of $713,200 and a profit margin of 5.8 percent. Currently, the firm has
12,500 shares outstanding. What are the earnings per share?
A. $2.98
B. $3.31
C. $3.56
D. $3.89
E. $4.02
78. Baxter & Baxter has total assets of $710,000. There are 45,000 shares of stock outstanding with a market
value of $28 a share. The firm has a profit margin of 7.1 percent and a total asset turnover of 1.29. What
is the price-earnings ratio?
A. 16.38
B. 17.99
C. 19.38
D. 20.12
E. 22.41
79. Ratzell's Place has a market-to-book ratio of 2.7, net income of $68,400, a book value per share of $37,
and 45,000 shares of stock outstanding. What is the price-earnings ratio?
A. 24.34
B. 28.16
C. 55.10
D. 59.09
E. 65.72
80. The Green House has a profit margin of 5.6 percent on sales of $311,200. The firm currently has 15,000
shares of stock outstanding at a market price of $11.60 per share. What is the price-earnings ratio?
A. 9.98
B. 10.02
C. 11.50
D. 11.93
E. 12.84
81. A firm has sales of $311,000 and net income of $21,600. Currently, there are 18,000 shares outstanding at
a market price of $36 per share. What is the price-sales ratio?
A. 2.08
B. 3.11
C. 4.26
D. 5.15
E. 6.95
82. The common stock of The Burger Hut is selling for $16.25 a share. The company has earnings per share
of $0.42 and a book value per share of $9.28. What is the market-to-book ratio?
A. 1.58
B. 1.69
C. 1.75
D. 1.87
E. 1.92
83. Swanton Foods has a book value per share of $12.68, earnings per share of $1.21, and a price-earnings
ratio of 17.6. What is the market-to-book ratio?
A. 1.32
B. 1.68
C. 1.99
D. 2.47
E. 2.61
84. The Inside Door has total debt of $78,600, total equity of $214,000, and a return on equity of 14.5
percent. What is the return on assets?
A. 9.14 percent
B. 10.61 percent
C. 21.45 percent
D. 34.61 percent
E. 39.48 percent
85. The Noodle Place has total assets of $123,800, a debt-equity ratio of 0.65, and net income of $7,100.
What is the return on equity?
A. 3.48 percent
B. 3.73 percent
C. 8.01 percent
D. 9.46 percent
E. 13.61 percent
86. Computer Geeks has sales of $521,000, a profit margin of 14.8 percent, a total asset turnover rate of 2.16,
and an equity multiplier of 1.30. What is the return on equity?
A. 8.91 percent
B. 12.67 percent
C. 18.28 percent
D. 32.11 percent
E. 41.56 percent
87. Morrison Motors has total equity of $289,100 and net income of $64,500. The debt-equity ratio is 0.45
and the total asset turnover is 1.6. What is the profit margin?
A. 3.10 percent
B. 5.23 percent
C. 5.67 percent
D. 8.21 percent
E. 9.62 percent
88. A firm has net income of $114,000, a return on assets of 12.6 percent, and a debt-equity ratio of 0.60.
What is the return on equity?
A. 17.11 percent
B. 18.98 percent
C. 20.16 percent
D. 22.20 percent
E. 24.60 percent
89. The Blue Lantern has a return on equity of 17.8 percent, an equity multiplier of 1.9, and a total asset
turnover of 1.45. What is the profit margin?
A. 2.76 percent
B. 3.57 percent
C. 4.90 percent
D. 5.28 percent
E. 6.46 percent
90. The Saw Mill has a return on assets of 6.1 percent, a total asset turnover rate of 1.8, and a debt-equity
ratio of 1.6. What is the return on equity?
A. 4.26 percent
B. 9.76 percent
C. 12.28 percent
D. 15.86 percent
E. 19.03 percent
91. Webster & Jones has net income of $49,200, sales of $936,800, a capital intensity ratio of 0.74, and an
equity multiplier of 1.5. What is the return on equity?
A. 6.67 percent
B. 8.98 percent
C. 10.65 percent
D. 12.21 percent
E. 14.09 percent
92. New Steel Products has total assets of $991,000, a total asset turnover rate of 1.1, a debt-equity ratio of
0.6, and a return on equity of 8.7 percent. What is the firm's net income?
A. $53,885.63
B. $58,303.33
C. $64,624.14
D. $70,548.09
E. $77,236.67
93. Eastern Hardwood Sales has total equity of $89,000, a profit margin of 4.8 percent, an equity multiplier
of 1.5, and a total asset turnover of 1.3. What is the amount of the firm's sales?
A. $168,200
B. $173,550
C. $181,430
D. $185,620
E. $187,500
94. Tessler Farms has a return on equity of 12.71 percent, a debt-equity ratio of 0.75, and a total asset
turnover of 0.9. What is the return on assets?
A. 7.26 percent
B. 8.06 percent
C. 13.67 percent
D. 15.24 percent
E. 17.41 percent
95. A firm earns $0.17 in profit for every $1 of equity in the firm. The company borrows $0.60 for every $1
of equity. What is the firm's return on assets?
A. 10.63 percent
B. 13.53 percent
C. 25.15 percent
D. 26.07 percent
E. 28.33 percent
96. The Veggie Hut has net income of $26,400, total equity of $102,700, and total assets of $189,500. The
dividend payout ratio is 0.30. What is the internal growth rate?
A. 7.99 percent
B. 8.57 percent
C. 10.81 percent
D. 16.87 percent
E. 21.94 percent
97. Quick Foods has sales of $238,900, total assets of $217,000, total equity of $121,300, net income of
$18,700, and dividends paid of $6,000. What is the internal growth rate?
A. 5.48 percent
B. 6.22 percent
C. 6.67 percent
D. 7.34 percent
E. 7.92 percent
98. A firm has adopted a policy whereby it will not seek any additional external financing. Given this, what is
the maximum growth rate for the firm if it has net income of $12,100, total equity of $94,000, total assets
of $156,000, and a 40 percent dividend payout ratio?
A. 4.88 percent
B. 5.11 percent
C. 6.62 percent
D. 7.67 percent
E. 8.37 percent
99. Underwood Enterprises earns $0.07 in profit on every $1 of sales and has $0.67 in assets for every $1 of
sales. The firm pays out 20 percent of its profits to its shareholders. What is the internal growth rate?
A. 6.37 percent
B. 7.76 percent
C. 8.80 percent
D. 9.12 percent
E. 9.65 percent
100.Joshua's Antiques has a total asset turnover rate of 1.2, an equity multiplier of 1.4, a profit margin of 5
percent, a retention ratio of 0.8, and total assets of $120,000. What is the sustainable growth rate?
A. 6.98 percent
B. 7.20 percent
C. 7.33 percent
D. 7.54 percent
E. 7.91 percent
101.A firm has a return on equity of 16 percent, a return on assets of 11 percent, and a 40 percent dividend
payout ratio. What is the sustainable growth rate?
A. 5.72 percent
B. 6.84 percent
C. 7.12 percent
D. 9.58 percent
E. 10.62 percent
102.Valentino's maintains a constant debt-equity ratio of 0.45. The firm had net income of $11,800 for the
year and paid $6,500 in dividends. The firm has total assets of $92,000. What is the sustainable growth
rate?
A. 7.38 percent
B. 8.27 percent
C. 9.11 percent
D. 9.62 percent
E. 10.38 percent
103.The Donut Hut has sales of $68,000, current assets of $11,300, net income of $5,100, net fixed assets of
$54,900, total debt of $23,800, and dividends of $800. What is the sustainable growth rate?
A. 10.48 percent
B. 11.29 percent
C. 11.79 percent
D. 12.08 percent
E. 12.39 percent
104.Last year, a firm earned $31,200 in net income on sales of $217,600. The company paid $7,500 in
dividends. What is the dividend payout ratio?
A. 3.45 percent
B. 4.71 percent
C. 14.34 percent
D. 22.85 percent
E. 24.04 percent
105.Last year, Blakely's Fashions earned net income of $68,400 and had 12,000 shares of stock outstanding.
The dividends per share were $2.20. What is the dividend payout ratio?
A. 32.98 percent
B. 34.00 percent
C. 38.60 percent
D. 40.21 percent
E. 44.14 percent
106.Gabriel Furniture has a profit margin of 8.2 percent and a dividend payout ratio of 30 percent. What is the
plowback ratio?
A. 10.66 percent
B. 27.33 percent
C. 54.60 percent
D. 70.00 percent
E. 78.20 percent
107.Town Centre Market has sales of $311,800, a profit margin of 2.9 percent, and dividends of $4,500. What
is the plowback ratio?
A. 46.32 percent
B. 49.78 percent
C. 50.23 percent
D. 51.15 percent
E. 53.68 percent
108.Use the following financial information to answer this
question.
What are the values of the three components of the DuPont identity? Use ending balance sheet
values.
A. 0.15; 1.02; 0.35
B. 0.15; 2.02; 0.35
C. 0.15; 0.98; 2.86
D. 0.16; 0.98; 0.35
E. 0.16; 1.02; 2.86
109.Global Ventures has a return on equity of 9.8 percent, a retention ratio of 60 percent, and a profit margin
of 4.5 percent. The company paid $378 in dividends and has net working capital of $100. Net fixed assets
are $18,550 and current liabilities are $520. What is the total equity of the firm?
A. $6,457
B. $6,890
C. $7,360
D. $9,643
E. $11,480
110.Assume this is your first day on the job as the new chief financial officer of a mid-size company. Identify
the three key ratios that you would compute first as you begin to try to understand the financial status of
the firm. Explain why you selected the three ratios that you did.
111.You are trying to compare the financial performance of your firm to that of similar firms. What are some
of the key problems you might encounter in doing this comparison?
112.Explain why the DuPont identity is so useful to a financial manager.
113.Since there are no perfect or ideal standard ratios for a firm, why is ratio analysis still considered a
valuable management tool?
114.Peterboro Supply has a current accounts receivable balance of $391,648. Credit sales for the year just
ended were $5,338,411. How long did it take on average for credit customers to pay off their accounts
during the past year?
A. 24.78 days
B. 26.78 days
C. 29.09 days
D. 31.15 days
E. 33.33 days
115.Sunshine Rentals has a debt-equity ratio of 0.84. Return on assets is 7.9 percent, and total equity is
$438,000. What is the net income?
A. $41,147.09
B. $54,311.29
C. $63,667.68
D. $48,887.02
E. $50,458.95
116.Turner's Store had a profit margin of 6.8 percent, sales of $898,200, and total assets of $798,000. If
management set a goal of increasing the total asset turnover to 1.40 times, what would the new sales
figure need to be, assuming no increase in total assets?
A. $860,333
B. $984,320
C. $1,088,500
D. $1,117,200
E. $1,257,480
117.True Blue Transport has a current stock price of $27. For the past year, the company had net income of
$2,187,400, total equity of $13,892,300, sales of $26,511,000, and 2.5 million shares outstanding. What
is the market-to-book ratio?
A. 3.54
B. 3.81
C. 3.99
D. 4.27
E. 4.86
118.Taylor, Inc. has sales of $11,898, total assets of $9,315, and a debt-equity ratio of 0.55. If its return on
equity is 14 percent, what is its net income?
A. $841.35
B. $887.16
C. $904.10
D. $911.16
E. $927.46
119.Mercier United has net income of $128,470. There are currently 32.67 days' sales in receivables. Total
assets are $1,419,415, total receivables are $122,306, and the debt-equity ratio is 0.40. What is the return
on equity?
A. 11.42 percent
B. 12.67 percent
C. 13.09 percent
D. 13.48 percent
E. 15.03 percent
120.For the most recent year, Wilson Enterprises had sales of $689,000, cost of goods sold of $470,300,
depreciation expense of $61,200, and additions to retained earnings of $48,560. The firm currently has
12,000 shares of common stock outstanding, and the previous year's dividends per share were $1.18.
Assuming a 35 percent tax rate, what was the times interest earned ratio?
A. 1.47
B. 2.09
C. 2.58
D. 3.15
E. 3.67
121.A fire has destroyed a large percentage of the financial records of the Strongwell Co. You have the task
of piecing together information in order to release a financial report. You have found the return on equity
to be 13.8 percent. Sales were $979,000, the total debt ratio was 0.42, and total debt was $548,000. What
is the return on assets?
A. 6.92 percent
B. 8.00 percent
C. 8.45 percent
D. 9.03 percent
E. 9.29 percent
122.Donegal's Industrial Products wishes to maintain a growth rate of 6 percent a year, a debt-equity ratio of
0.45, and a dividend payout ratio of 30 percent. The ratio of total assets to sales is constant at 1.25. What
profit margin must the firm achieve?
A. 4.68 percent
B. 5.29 percent
C. 6.33 percent
D. 6.97 percent
E. 8.19 percent
123.A firm wishes to maintain an internal growth rate of 4.5 percent and a dividend payout ratio of 60
percent. The current profit margin is 7.5 percent and the firm uses no external financing sources. What
must the total asset turnover be?
A. 0.98
B. 1.06
C. 1.21
D. 1.44
E. 1.59
ch3 Key
1.
Common-size financial statements present all balance sheet account values as a percentage of:
A. the forecasted budget.
B. sales.
C. total equity.
D. total assets.
E. last year's account value.
Refer to section 3.1.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #1
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size statement
2.
The ratios that are based on financial statement values and used for comparison purposes are
called:
A. financial ratios.
B. industrial statistics.
C. equity standards.
D. accounting returns.
E. analytical standards.
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #2
Section: 3.2
Topic: Financial ratios
3.
The Du Pont identity can be totally defined by which one of the following?
A. Return on equity, total asset turnover, and equity multiplier
B. Equity multiplier and return on assets
C. Profit margin and return on equity
D. Total asset turnover, profit margin, and debt-equity ratio
E. Equity multiplier, return on assets, and profit margin
Refer to section 3.3.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #3
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
4.
Which one of the following is the maximum growth rate that a firm can achieve without any
additional external financing?
A. Du Pont rate
B. External growth rate
C. Sustainable growth rate
D. Internal growth rate
E. Cash flow rate
Refer to section 3.4.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #4
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
5.
The sustainable growth rate is defined as the maximum rate at which a firm can grow given which of
the following conditions?
A. No new external financing of any kind
B. No new debt but additional external equity equal to the increase in retained earnings
C. New debt and external equity in equal proportions
D. New debt and external equity, provided the debt-equity ratio remains constant
E. No new equity and a constant debt-equity ratio
Refer to section 3.4.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #5
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
6.
Which one of the following is the abbreviation for the U.S. government coding system that classifies a
firm by its specific type of business operations?
A. BEC
B. SED
C. BID
D. SIC
E. SBC
Refer to section 3.5.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-04 Identify and explain some of the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.
Ross - Chapter 03 #6
Section: 3.5
Topic: SIC code
7.
Builder's Outlet just hired a new chief financial officer. To get a feel for the company, she wants to
compare the firm's sales and costs over the past 3 years determine if any trends are present and also
determine where the firm might need to make changes. Which one of the following statements will
best suit her purposes?
A. Income statement
B. Balance sheet
C. Common-size income statement
D. Common-size balance sheet
E. Statement of cash flows
Refer to section 3.1.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #7
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size statement
8.
A common-size balance sheet helps financial managers determine:
A. which customers are paying on a timely basis.
B. if costs are increasing faster or slower than sales.
C. if changes are occurring in a firm's mix of assets.
D. if a firm is generating more or less sales per dollar of assets than in prior years.
E. the rate at which the firm's dividends are changing.
Refer to section 3.1.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #8
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size statement
9.
High Tower Pharmacy pays a fixed percentage of its net income out to its shareholders in the form of
annual dividends. Given this, the percent shown on a common-size income statement for the dividend
account will:
A. remain constant over time.
B. be equal to the dividend amount divided by the net income.
C. vary in direct relation to the net profit percentage.
D. vary in direct relation to changes in the sales level.
E. vary but not in direct relation to any other variable.
Refer to section 3.1.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #9
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size percentage
10.
Which one of the following transactions will increase the liquidity of a firm?
A. Cash purchase of new production equipment
B. Payment of an account payable
C. Cash purchase of inventory
D. Credit sale of inventory at cost
E. Cash payment of employee wages
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #10
Section: 3.2
Topic: Liquidity
11.
Which one of the following actions will increase the current ratio, all else constant? Assume the
current ratio is greater than 1.0.
A. Cash purchase of inventory
B. Cash payment of an account receivable
C. Cash payment of an account payable
D. Credit sale of inventory at cost
E. Cash sale of inventory at a loss
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #11
Section: 3.2
Topic: Current ratio
12.
A firm has a current ratio of 1.4 and a quick ratio of 0.9. Given this, you know for certain that the
firm:
A. pays cash for its inventory.
B. has more than half its current assets invested in inventory.
C. has more cash than inventory.
D. has more current liabilities than it does current assets.
E. has positive net working capital.
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #12
Section: 3.2
Topic: Quick ratio
13.
Fred is the owner of a local feed store. Which one of the following ratios should he compute if he
wants to know how long the store can pay its bills given the amount of cash the store currently has?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Current ratio
Debt ratio
Cash coverage ratio
Quick ratio
Cash ratio
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #13
Section: 3.2
Topic: Cash ratio
14.
Which one of the following is a measure of long-term solvency?
A. Price-earnings ratio
B. Profit margin
C. Equity multiplier
D. Receivables turnover
E. Quick ratio
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #14
Section: 3.2
Topic: Equity multiplier
15.
The cash coverage ratio is used to evaluate the:
A. liquidity of a firm.
B. speed at which a firm generates cash.
C. length of time that a firm can pay its bills if no additional cash becomes available.
D. ability of a firm to pay the interest on its debt.
E. relationship between the firm's cash balance and its current liabilities.
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #15
Section: 3.2
Topic: Cash coverage ratio
16.
The equity multiplier is equal to:
A. one plus the debt-equity ratio.
B. one plus the total asset turnover.
C. total debt divided by total equity.
D. total equity divided by total assets.
E. one divided by the total asset turnover.
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #16
Section: 3.2
Topic: Equity multiplier
17.
Blooming Gardens has an inventory turnover of 16. This means the firm:
A. sells its entire inventory every 16 days.
B. only stocks its inventory every 16 days.
C. buys 16 days of inventory with each order.
D. sells its inventory by granting customers 16 days credit.
E. sells its inventory an average of 16 times each year.
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #17
Section: 3.2
Topic: Inventory turnover
18.
Which one of the following best indicates a firm is utilizing its assets more efficiently than it has in
the past?
A. Decrease in the total asset turnover
B. Decrease in the capital intensity ratio
C. Increase in days' sales in receivables
D. Decrease in the profit margin
E. Decrease in the inventory turnover rate
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #18
Section: 3.2
Topic: Capital intensity ratio
19.
Kelso's Pharmacy generates $2 in sales for every $1 the firm has invested in total assets. Which one of
the following ratios would reflect this relationship?
A. Receivables turnover
B. Equity multiplier
C. Profit margin
D. Return on assets
E. Total asset turnover
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #19
Section: 3.2
Topic: Total asset turnover
20.
Which one of the following will increase the profit margin of a firm, all else constant?
A. Increase in interest paid
B. Increase in fixed costs
C. Increase in depreciation expense
D. Decrease in the tax rate
E. Decrease in sales
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #20
Section: 3.2
Topic: Profit margin
21.
You would like to borrow money three years from now to build a new building. In preparation for
applying for that loan, you are in the process of developing target ratios for your firm. Which set
of ratios represents the best target mix considering that you want to obtain outside financing in the
relatively near future?
A. Times interest earned = 1.7; debt-equity ratio = 1.6
B. Times interest earned = 1.5; debt-equity ratio = 1.2
C. Cash coverage ratio = 0.8; debt-equity ratio = 0.8
D. Cash coverage ratio = 2.6; debt-equity ratio = 0.3
E. Cash coverage ratio = 0.5; total debt ratio = 0.2
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #21
Section: 3.2
Topic: Long term solvency
22.
All else constant, which one of the following will decrease if a firm increases its net income?
A. Return on assets
B. Profit margin
C. Return on equity
D. Price-sales ratio
E. Price-earnings ratio
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #22
Section: 3.2
Topic: Price-earnings ratio
23.
Which one of the following statements is true concerning the price-earnings (PE) ratio?
A. A high PE ratio may indicate that a firm is expected to grow significantly.
B. A PE ratio of 16 indicates that investors are willing to pay $1 for every $16 of current earnings.
C. PE ratios are unaffected by the accounting methods employed by a firm.
D. The PE ratio is classified as a profitability ratio.
E. The PE ratio is a constant value for each firm.
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #23
Section: 3.2
Topic: Price-earnings ratio
24.
New Century Products is a company that was founded last year. While the outlook for the company is
positive, it currently has negative earnings. If you wanted to measure the progress of this firm, which
one of the following ratios would probably be best to monitor given the firm's current situation?
A. Price-sales ratio
B. Market-to-book ratio
C. Profit margin
D. ROE
E. ROA
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #24
Section: 3.2
Topic: Price-sales ratio
25.
The Du Pont identity can be used to help a financial manager determine the:
I. degree of financial leverage used by a firm.
II. operating efficiency of a firm.
III. utilization rate of a firm's assets.
IV. rate of return on a firm's assets.
A. II and III only
B. I and III only
C. II, III, and IV only
D. I, II, and III only
E. I, II, III, and IV
Refer to section 3.3.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #25
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
26.
The T-shirt Hut successfully managed to reduce its general and administrative costs this year. This
cost improvement will increase which of the following ratios?
I. Profit margin
II. Return on assets
III. Total asset turnover
IV. Return on equity
A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II, III, and IV only
D. I, II, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #26
Section: 3.2
Topic: Profitability ratios
27.
Martha's Sweet Shop reduced its fixed assets this year without affecting the shop's operations, sales, or
equity. This reduction will increase which of the following ratios?
I. Capital intensity ratio
II. Return on assets
III. Total asset turnover
IV. Return on equity
A. I and II only
B. II and III only
C. II, III, and IV only
D. I, II, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
Refer to section 3.2.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #27
Section: 3.2
Topic: Total asset turnover and return on assets
28.
Donovan Brothers, Inc. would like to increase its internal rate of growth. Decreasing which one of the
following will help the firm achieve its goal?
A. Return on assets
B. Net income
C. Retention ratio
D. Dividend payout ratio
E. Return on equity
Refer to section 3.4.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #28
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
29.
If a firm has a 100 percent dividend payout ratio, then the internal growth rate of the firm is:
A. zero percent.
B. 100 percent.
C. equal to the ROA.
D. negative.
E. infinite.
Refer to section 3.4.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #29
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
30.
Which of the following are determinants of a firm's sustainable rate of growth?
I. Amount of sales generated from each dollar invested in assets
II. Amount of debt per dollar of equity
III. Amount of current assets per dollar of current liabilities
IV. Percent of net income distributed as dividends
A. I and III only
B. II and IV only
C. I, II, and IV only
D. II, III, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
Refer to section 3.4.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #30
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
31.
Which of the following will increase the sustainable rate of growth for a firm?
I. Decreasing the profit margin
II. Increasing the dividend payout ratio
III. Decreasing the capital intensity ratio
IV. Increasing the target debt-equity ratio
A. I and II only
B. III and IV only
C. II and IV only
D. I, III, and IV only
E. I, II, III, and IV
Refer to section 3.4.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #31
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
32.
Financial statement analysis:
A. is primarily used to identify account values that meet the normal standards.
B. is limited to internal use by a firm's managers.
C. provides useful information that can serve as a basis for forecasting future performance.
D. provides useful information to shareholders but not to debt holders.
E. is enhanced by comparing results to those of a firm's peers but not by comparing results to prior
periods.
Refer to section 3.5.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-04 Identify and explain some of the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.
Ross - Chapter 03 #32
Section: 3.5
Topic: Financial statement analysis
33.
Which one of the following statements is correct?
A. Peer group analysis is easier when a firm is a conglomerate versus when it only has a single
B. line of business.
C. Peer group analysis is easier when seasonal firms have different fiscal years.
D. Peer group analysis is simplified when firms use varying methods of depreciation.
E. Comparing results across geographic locations is easier since all countries now use a common
F. set of accounting standards.
G Adjustments have to be made when comparing the income statements of firms which use different
. methods of accounting for inventory.
Refer to section 3.5.
Bloom's: Comprehension
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning 03-04 Objective: Identify and explain some of the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.
Ross - Chapter 03 #33
Section: 3.5
Topic: Financial statement analysis
34.
Russell's Hardware has inventory of $218,000, equity of $421,800, total assets of $647,700, and sales
of $587,200. What is the common-size percentage for the inventory account?
A. 26.81 percent
B. 33.66 percent
C. 37.12 percent
D. 49.09 percent
E. 51.68 percent
Inventory common-size percent = $218,000/$647,700 = 33.66 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #34
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size percentage
35.
A firm has inventory of $11,400, accounts payable of $9,800, cash of $850, net fixed assets of
$12,150, long-term debt of $9,500, accounts receivable of $6,600, and total equity of $11,700. What is
the common-size percentage for the net fixed assets?
A. 19.60 percent
B. 26.67 percent
C. 39.19 percent
D. 42.08 percent
E. 48.75 percent
NFA common-size percent = $12,150/($850 + $6,600 + $11,400 + $12,150) = 39.19 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #35
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size ratio
36.
Foreign Travel Services has net income of $48,400, total assets of $219,000, total equity of $154,800,
and total sales of $311,700. What is the common-size percentage for the net income?
A. 9.00 percent
B. 13.90 percent
C. 15.53 percent
D. 22.10 percent
E. 31.27 percent
Net income common-size percent = $48,400/$311,700 = 15.53 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #36
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size percent
37.
Delmont Movers has a profit margin of 6.2 percent and net income of $48,900. What is the commonsize percentage for the cost of goods sold if that expense amounted to $379,000 for the year?
A. 12.90 percent
B. 23.50 percent
C. 33.25 percent
D. 41.06 percent
E. 48.05 percent
COGS common-size percent = $379,000/($48,900/0.062) = 48.05 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #37
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size percent
38.
A firm has sales of $428,000 for the year. The profit margin is 3.4 percent and the retention ratio is 60
percent. What is the common-size percentage for the dividends paid?
A. 0.99 percent
B. 1.18 percent
C. 1.21 percent
D. 1.36 percent
E. 1.42 percent
Dividends paid common-size percent = [$428,000 0.034 (1 - 0.60)]/$428,000 = 1.36 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Ross - Chapter 03 #38
Section: 3.1
Topic: Common-size percent
39.
Peter's Motor Works has total assets of $689,400, long-term debt of $299,500, total equity of
$275,000, net fixed assets of $497,800, and sales of $721,500. The profit margin is 4.6 percent. What
is the current ratio?
A. 0.60
B. 0.91
C. 1.01
D. 1.67
E. 2.16
Current ratio = ($689,400 - $497,800)/($689,400 - $299,500 - $275,000) = 1.67
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #39
Section: 3.2
Topic: Current ratio
40.
Healthy Foods has total assets of $129,800, net fixed assets of $71,500, long-term debt of $52,000,
and total debt of $78,700. If inventory is $31,800, what is the current ratio?
A. 0.33
B. 0.46
C. 0.84
D. 1.18
E. 2.18
Current ratio = ($129,800 - $71,500)/($78,700 - $52,000) = 2.18
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #40
Section: 3.2
Topic: Current ratio
41.
A firm has net working capital of $3,800 and current assets of $11,700. What is the current ratio?
A. 0.34
B. 0.60
C. 1.48
D. 1.65
E. 2.92
Current ratio = $11,700/($11,700 - $3,800) = 1.48
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #41
Section: 3.2
Topic: Current ratio
42.
Slightly Used Goods has cash of $2,150, inventory of $28,470, fixed assets of $9,860, accounts
payable of $11,900, and accounts receivable of $4,660. What is the cash ratio?
A. 0.08
B. 0.18
C. 0.32
D. 0.46
E. 0.51
Cash ratio = $2,150/$11,900 = 0.18
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #42
Section: 3.2
Topic: Cash ratio
43.
You are analyzing a company that has cash of $11,200, accounts receivable of $27,800, fixed assets of
$124,600, accounts payable of $31,300, and inventory of $56,900. What is the quick ratio?
A. 0.30
B. 0.67
C. 0.80
D. 1.25
E. 1.37
Quick ratio = ($11,200 + $27,800)/$31,300 = 1.25
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #43
Section: 3.2
Topic: Quick ratio
44.
Tasty Dee-Lite has current liabilities of $6,630, net working capital of $2,180, inventory of $2,750,
and sales of $36,800. What is the quick ratio?
A. 0.76
B. 0.84
C. 0.91
D. 1.09
E. 1.19
Quick ratio = ($6,630 + $2,180 - $2,750)/$6,630 = 0.91
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #44
Section: 3.2
Topic: Quick ratio
45.
Tressler Dry Cleaners has inventory of $1,700, accounts payable of $4,200, cash of $1,950, and
accounts receivable of $3,680. What is the cash ratio?
A. 0.24
B. 0.46
C. 0.53
D. 0.98
E. 1.34
Cash ratio = $1,950/$4,200 = 0.46
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #45
Section: 3.2
Topic: Cash ratio
46.
Your firm has cash of $3,800, accounts receivable of $9,600, inventory of $33,100, and net working
capital of $1,100. What is the cash ratio?
A. 0.04
B. 0.08
C. 0.87
D. 1.21
E. 3.45
Cash ratio = $3,800/($3,800 + $9,600 + $33,100 - $1,100) = 0.08
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #46
Section: 3.2
Topic: Cash ratio
47.
Wilson's Realty has total assets of $46,800, net fixed assets of $37,400, current liabilities of $6,100,
and long-term liabilities of $24,600. What is the total debt ratio?
A. 0.41
B. 0.60
C. 0.66
D. 0.78
E. 0.86
Total debt ratio = ($6,100 + $24,600)/$46,800 = 0.66
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #47
Section: 3.2
Topic: Total debt ratio
48.
Denton, Inc. has total equity of $389,600, long-term debt of $116,400, net working capital of $1,600,
and total assets of $527,600. What is the total debt ratio?
A. 0.22
B. 0.26
C. 0.67
D. 1.49
E. 3.85
Total debt ratio = ($527,600 - $389,600)/$527,600 = 0.26
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #48
Section: 3.2
Topic: Total debt ratio
49.
A firm has total assets of $523,100, current assets of $186,500, current liabilities of $141,000, and
total debt of $215,000. What is the debt-equity ratio?
A. 0.48
B. 0.70
C. 1.10
D. 1.43
E. 2.13
Debt-equity ratio = $215,000/($523,100 - $215,000) = 0.70
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #49
Section: 3.2
Topic: Debt-equity ratio
50.
The Jelly Jar has total assets of $79,600 and an equity multiplier of 1.35. What is the debt-equity
ratio?
A. 0.28
B. 0.35
C. 0.47
D. 0.58
E. 0.67
Debt-equity ratio = 1.35 - 1 = 0.35
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #50
Section: 3.2
Topic: Debt-equity ratio
51.
Underwood Homes Sales has total assets of $589,900 and total debt of $318,000. What is the equity
multiplier?
A. 0.46
B. 0.54
C. 1.21
D. 1.85
E. 2.17
Equity multiplier = $589,900/($589,900 - $318,000) = 2.17
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #51
Section: 3.2
Topic: Equity multiplier
52.
A firm has an equity multiplier of 1.5. This means that the firm has a:
A. debt-equity ratio of 0.67.
B. debt-equity ratio of 0.33.
C. total debt ratio of 0.50.
D. total debt ratio of 0.67.
E. total debt ratio of 0.33.
Refer to section 3.2.
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #52
Section: 3.2
Topic: Equity multiplier
53.
Preston's Market has sales of $213,600, total assets of $198,700, a debt-equity ratio of 1.6, and a profit
margin of 2.4 percent. What is the equity multiplier?
A. 0.60
B. 0.63
C. 1.83
D. 2.60
E. 2.84
Equity multiplier = 1 + 1.6 = 2.6
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #53
Section: 3.2
Topic: Equity multiplier
54.
Friendly's Shoe Store has earnings before interest and taxes of $21,680 and net income of $12,542.
The tax rate is 34 percent. What is the times interest earned ratio?
A. 0.88
B. 1.67
C. 3.09
D. 5.59
E. 8.10
Times interest earned ratio = $21,680/{$21,680 - [$12,542/(1 - 0.34)]} = 8.10
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #54
Section: 3.2
Topic: Times interest earned
55.
The Berry Patch has sales of $438,000, cost of goods sold of $369,000, depreciation of $37,400, and
interest expense of $13,800. The tax rate is 35 percent. What is the times interest earned ratio?
A. 2.29
B. 3.46
C. 3.87
D. 4.38
E. 4.79
Times interest earned ratio = ($438,000 - $369,000 - $37,400)/$13,800 = 2.29
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #55
Section: 3.2
Topic: Times interest earned
56.
A firm has net income of $5,890 and interest expense of $2,130. The tax rate is 34 percent. What is
the firm's times interest earned ratio?
A. 4.82
B. 5.19
C. 5.38
D. 5.67
E. 6.33
Times interest earned ratio = {[$5,890/(1 - 0.34)] + $2,130}/$2,130 = 5.19
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #56
Section: 3.2
Topic: Times interest earned
57.
A firm has net income of $31,300, depreciation of $5,100, taxes of $14,600, and interest paid of
$3,100. What is the cash coverage ratio?
A. 8.78
B. 10.10
C. 14.14
D. 16.32
E. 17.45
Cash coverage ratio = ($31,300 + $14,600 + $3,100 + $5,100)/$3,100 = 17.45
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #57
Section: 3.2
Topic: Cash coverage ratio
58.
Blue Water Cafe has $28,700 in total assets, depreciation of $3,100, and interest of $1,400. The total
asset turnover rate is 1.2. Earnings before interest and taxes are equal to 28 percent of sales. What is
the cash coverage ratio?
A. 6.33
B. 7.51
C. 9.10
D. 10.23
E. 10.98
Cash coverage ratio = {[0.28 (1.2 $28,700)] + $3,100}/$1,400 = 9.10
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #58
Section: 3.2
Topic: Cash coverage ratio
59.
The Global Network has sales of $418,700, cost of goods sold of $264,900, and inventory of $61,900.
What is the inventory turnover rate?
A. 1.33
B. 4.28
C. 6.76
D. 7.14
E. 8.47
Inventory turnover = $264,900/$61,900 = 4.28
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #59
Section: 3.2
Topic: Inventory turnover
60.
The Tourist Stop takes an average of 63 days to sell its inventory and an average of 1.5 days to collect
payment on its sales. What is the inventory turnover rate?
A. 5.79
B. 7.29
C. 8.68
D. 10.18
E. 11.42
Inventory turnover = 365/63 = 5.79
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #60
Section: 3.2
Topic: Inventory turnover
61.
Galaxy Sales has sales of $746,700, cost of goods sold of $603,200, and inventory of $94,300. How
long on average does it take the firm to sell its inventory?
A. 6.40 days
B. 7.23 days
C. 48.68 days
D. 57.06 days
E. 61.10 days
Inventory turnover = $603,200/$94,300 = 6.39661
Days sales in inventory = 365/6.39661 = 57.06 days
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #61
Section: 3.2
Topic: Days sales in inventory
62.
Handy Hardware sells its inventory in 85 days, on average. Costs of goods sold for the year are
$631,800. What is the average value of the firm's inventory?
A. $114,706
B. $123,506
C. $147,132
D. $161,096
E. $182,513
Inventory turnover = 365/85 = 4.29412
Inventory = $631,800/4.29412 = $147,132
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #62
Section: 3.2
Topic: Inventory
63.
Kessler, Inc. has accounts receivable of $31,600, total assets of $311,500, cost of goods sold of
$208,400, and a capital intensity ratio of 1.08. What is the accounts receivables turnover rate?
A. 8.99
B. 9.13
C. 9.42
D. 9.61
E. 9.72
Accounts receivable turnover = ($311,500/1.08)/$31,600 = 9.13
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #63
Section: 3.2
Topic: Accounts receivable turnover
64.
It takes The Corner Store an average of 51 days to sell its inventory and 32 days to collect its accounts
receivable. The firm has sales of $568,700 and costs of goods sold of $398,800. What is the accounts
receivable turnover rate?
A. 11.23
B. 11.41
C. 11.78
D. 12.23
E. 12.55
Receivables turnover = 365/32 = 11.41
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #64
Section: 3.2
Topic: Accounts receivable turnover
65.
Textile Mills has sales of $923,000, cost of goods sold of $748,000, and accounts receivable of
$106,700. How long on average does it take the firm's customers to pay for their purchases?
A. 8.65 days
B. 11.28 days
C. 25.01 days
D. 42.19 days
E. 45.33 days
Accounts receivable turnover = $923,000/$106,700 = 8.65042
Days sales in receivables = 365/8.65042 = 42.19 days
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #65
Section: 3.2
Topic: Days sales in receivables
66.
A firm has $42,900 in receivables and $211,800 in total assets. The total asset turnover rate is
1.45 and the profit margin is 4.2 percent. How long on average does it take the firm to collect its
receivables?
A. 7.16 days
B. 9.45 days
C. 11.68 days
D. 31.25 days
E. 50.99 days
Receivables turnover = ($211,800 1.45)/$42,900 = 7.15874
Days sales in receivables = 365/7.15874 = 50.99 days
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #66
Section: 3.2
Topic: Days sales in receivables
67.
Aardvaark & Co. has sales of $291,200, cost of goods sold of $163,300, net profit of $11,360, net
fixed assets of $154,500, and current assets of $89,500. What is the total asset turnover rate?
A. 1.08
B. 1.11
C. 1.19
D. 1.24
E. 1.28
Total asset turnover = $291,200/($154,500 + $89,500) = 1.19
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #67
Section: 3.2
Topic: Total asset turnover
68.
Holiday House has sales of $648,000, a profit margin of 6.1 percent, and a capital intensity ratio of
0.84. What is the total asset turnover rate?
A. 1.04
B. 1.08
C. 1.13
D. 1.19
E. 1.26
Total asset turnover = 1/0.84 = 1.19
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #68
Section: 3.2
Topic: Total asset turnover
69.
Martha's Fabric House has sales of $137,200, total equity of $74,400, and a debt-equity ratio of 0.45.
What is the capital intensity ratio?
A. 0.79
B. 0.83
C. 1.06
D. 1.20
E. 1.27
Total assets = (0.45 $74,400) + $74,400 = $107,880
Capital intensity ratio = $107,880/$137,200 = 0.79
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #69
Section: 3.2
Topic: Capital intensity ratio
70.
Circle Stores has net income of $41,000, a profit margin of 6.7 percent, and a return on assets of 9
percent. What is the capital intensity ratio?
A. 0.74
B. 0.86
C. 1.16
D. 1.34
E. 1.38
Capital intensity ratio = ($41,000/0.09)/($41,000/0.067) = 0.74
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #70
Section: 3.2
Topic: Capital intensity ratio
71.
Tally Ho Inn has annual sales of $737,000. Earnings before interest and taxes is equal to 21 percent
of sales. For the period, the firm paid $7,900 in interest. What is the profit margin if the tax rate is 35
percent?
A. 12.46 percent
B. 12.95 percent
C. 13.33 percent
D. 15.29 percent
E. 16.11 percent
Profit margin = {[(0.21 $737,000) - $7,900] (1 - 0.35)}/$737,000 = 12.95 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #71
Section: 3.2
Topic: Profit margin
72.
The Medicine Cabinet has a return on equity of 18.2 percent, a profit margin of 11.6 percent, and total
equity of $738,000. What is the net income?
A. $85,608
B. $113,875
C. $134,316
D. $142,311
E. $149,897
Net income = 0.182 $738,000 = $134,316
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #72
Section: 3.2
Topic: Return on equity
73.
The Next Life has sales of $428,300, total assets of $389,100, and a profit margin of 6.2 percent. What
is the return on assets?
A. 6.29 percent
B. 6.54 percent
C. 6.83 percent
D. 7.01 percent
E. 7.27 percent
Return on assets = (0.062 $428,300)/$389,100 = 6.83 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #73
Section: 3.2
Topic: Return on assets
74.
Goshen Industrial Sales has sales of $828,900, total equity of $539,200, a profit margin of 4.6 percent
and a debt-equity ratio of 0.55. What is the return on assets?
A. 3.89 percent
B. 4.56 percent
C. 6.67 percent
D. 12.86 percent
E. 13.33 percent
Return on assets = (0.046 $828,900)/[(1 + 0.55) $539,200)] = 4.56 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #74
Section: 3.2
Topic: Return on assets
75.
Cross Hairs Gun Shop has sales of $189,000, a profit margin of 4.8 percent, and a capital intensity
ratio of 0.79. What is the return on assets?
A. 5.67 percent
B. 6.08 percent
C. 6.39 percent
D. 6.42 percent
E. 6.67 percent
Return on assets = (0.048 $189,000)/(0.79 $189,000) = 6.08 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #75
Section: 3.2
Topic: Return on assets
76.
Freedom Health Centers has total equity of $861,300, sales of $1.48 million, and a profit margin of
5.2 percent. What is the return on equity?
A. 5.82 percent
B. 6.49 percent
C. 7.18 percent
D. 8.68 percent
E. 8.94 percent
Return on equity = (0.052 $1,480,000)/$861,300 = 8.94 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #76
Section: 3.2
Topic: Return on equity
77.
The Closet Shoppe has total sales of $713,200 and a profit margin of 5.8 percent. Currently, the firm
has 12,500 shares outstanding. What are the earnings per share?
A. $2.98
B. $3.31
C. $3.56
D. $3.89
E. $4.02
Earnings per share = (0.058 $713,200)/12,500 = $3.31
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #77
Section: 3.2
Topic: Earnings per share
78.
Baxter & Baxter has total assets of $710,000. There are 45,000 shares of stock outstanding with a
market value of $28 a share. The firm has a profit margin of 7.1 percent and a total asset turnover of
1.29. What is the price-earnings ratio?
A. 16.38
B. 17.99
C. 19.38
D. 20.12
E. 22.41
Price-earnings ratio = $28/{[0.071 ($710,000 1.29)]/45,000} = 19.38
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #78
Section: 3.2
Topic: Price-earnings ratio
79.
Ratzell's Place has a market-to-book ratio of 2.7, net income of $68,400, a book value per share of
$37, and 45,000 shares of stock outstanding. What is the price-earnings ratio?
A. 24.34
B. 28.16
C. 55.10
D. 59.09
E. 65.72
Price-earnings ratio = (2.7 $37)/($68,400/45,000) = 65.72
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #79
Section: 3.2
Topic: Price-earnings ratio
80.
The Green House has a profit margin of 5.6 percent on sales of $311,200. The firm currently has
15,000 shares of stock outstanding at a market price of $11.60 per share. What is the price-earnings
ratio?
A. 9.98
B. 10.02
C. 11.50
D. 11.93
E. 12.84
Price-earnings ratio = $11.60/[(0.056 $311,200)/15,000] = 9.98
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #80
Section: 3.2
Topic: Price-earnings ratio
81.
A firm has sales of $311,000 and net income of $21,600. Currently, there are 18,000 shares
outstanding at a market price of $36 per share. What is the price-sales ratio?
A. 2.08
B. 3.11
C. 4.26
D. 5.15
E. 6.95
Price - sales ratio = $36/($311,000/18,000) = 2.08
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #81
Section: 3.2
Topic: Price-sales ratio
82.
The common stock of The Burger Hut is selling for $16.25 a share. The company has earnings per
share of $0.42 and a book value per share of $9.28. What is the market-to-book ratio?
A. 1.58
B. 1.69
C. 1.75
D. 1.87
E. 1.92
Market-to-book ratio = $16.25/$9.28 = 1.75
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #82
Section: 3.2
Topic: Market-to-book ratio
83.
Swanton Foods has a book value per share of $12.68, earnings per share of $1.21, and a price-earnings
ratio of 17.6. What is the market-to-book ratio?
A. 1.32
B. 1.68
C. 1.99
D. 2.47
E. 2.61
Market-to-book ratio = ($1.21 17.6)/$12.68 = 1.68
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #83
Section: 3.2
Topic: Market-to-book ratio
84.
The Inside Door has total debt of $78,600, total equity of $214,000, and a return on equity of 14.5
percent. What is the return on assets?
A. 9.14 percent
B. 10.61 percent
C. 21.45 percent
D. 34.61 percent
E. 39.48 percent
Return on assets = 0.145/[($78,600 + $214,000)/$214,000] = 10.61 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #84
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
85.
The Noodle Place has total assets of $123,800, a debt-equity ratio of 0.65, and net income of $7,100.
What is the return on equity?
A. 3.48 percent
B. 3.73 percent
C. 8.01 percent
D. 9.46 percent
E. 13.61 percent
Return on equity = ($7,100/$123,800) (1 + 0.65) = 9.46 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #85
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
86.
Computer Geeks has sales of $521,000, a profit margin of 14.8 percent, a total asset turnover rate of
2.16, and an equity multiplier of 1.30. What is the return on equity?
A. 8.91 percent
B. 12.67 percent
C. 18.28 percent
D. 32.11 percent
E. 41.56 percent
Return on equity = 0.148 2.16 1.30 = 41.56 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #86
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
87.
Morrison Motors has total equity of $289,100 and net income of $64,500. The debt-equity ratio is 0.45
and the total asset turnover is 1.6. What is the profit margin?
A. 3.10 percent
B. 5.23 percent
C. 5.67 percent
D. 8.21 percent
E. 9.62 percent
Profit margin = ($64,500/$289,100)/[(1 + 0.45) 1.6] = 9.62 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #87
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
88.
A firm has net income of $114,000, a return on assets of 12.6 percent, and a debt-equity ratio of 0.60.
What is the return on equity?
A. 17.11 percent
B. 18.98 percent
C. 20.16 percent
D. 22.20 percent
E. 24.60 percent
Return on equity = 0.126 (1 + 0.60) = 20.16 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #88
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
89.
The Blue Lantern has a return on equity of 17.8 percent, an equity multiplier of 1.9, and a total asset
turnover of 1.45. What is the profit margin?
A. 2.76 percent
B. 3.57 percent
C. 4.90 percent
D. 5.28 percent
E. 6.46 percent
Profit margin = 0.178/(1.45 1.9) = 6.46 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #89
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
90.
The Saw Mill has a return on assets of 6.1 percent, a total asset turnover rate of 1.8, and a debt-equity
ratio of 1.6. What is the return on equity?
A. 4.26 percent
B. 9.76 percent
C. 12.28 percent
D. 15.86 percent
E. 19.03 percent
Return on equity = 0.061 (1 + 1.6) = 15.86 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #90
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
91.
Webster & Jones has net income of $49,200, sales of $936,800, a capital intensity ratio of 0.74, and an
equity multiplier of 1.5. What is the return on equity?
A. 6.67 percent
B. 8.98 percent
C. 10.65 percent
D. 12.21 percent
E. 14.09 percent
Return on equity = ($49,200/$936,800) (1/0.74) 1.5 = 10.65 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #91
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
92.
New Steel Products has total assets of $991,000, a total asset turnover rate of 1.1, a debt-equity ratio
of 0.6, and a return on equity of 8.7 percent. What is the firm's net income?
A. $53,885.63
B. $58,303.33
C. $64,624.14
D. $70,548.09
E. $77,236.67
Return on equity = 0.087 = [Net income/($991,000 1.1)] 1.1 (1 + 0.6); Net
income = $53,885.63
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #92
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
93.
Eastern Hardwood Sales has total equity of $89,000, a profit margin of 4.8 percent, an equity
multiplier of 1.5, and a total asset turnover of 1.3. What is the amount of the firm's sales?
A. $168,200
B. $173,550
C. $181,430
D. $185,620
E. $187,500
Sales = $89,000 1.5 1.3 = $173,550
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #93
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
94.
Tessler Farms has a return on equity of 12.71 percent, a debt-equity ratio of 0.75, and a total asset
turnover of 0.9. What is the return on assets?
A. 7.26 percent
B. 8.06 percent
C. 13.67 percent
D. 15.24 percent
E. 17.41 percent
Return on assets = 0.1271/(1 + 0.75) = 7.26 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #94
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
95.
A firm earns $0.17 in profit for every $1 of equity in the firm. The company borrows $0.60 for every
$1 of equity. What is the firm's return on assets?
A. 10.63 percent
B. 13.53 percent
C. 25.15 percent
D. 26.07 percent
E. 28.33 percent
Return on assets = ($0.17/$1)/($1.60/$1) = 10.63 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #95
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
96.
The Veggie Hut has net income of $26,400, total equity of $102,700, and total assets of $189,500. The
dividend payout ratio is 0.30. What is the internal growth rate?
A. 7.99 percent
B. 8.57 percent
C. 10.81 percent
D. 16.87 percent
E. 21.94 percent
Internal growth rate = [($26,400/$189,500) (1 - 0.30)]/{1 - [($26,400/$189,500) (1 - 0.30)]} =
10.81 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #96
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
97.
Quick Foods has sales of $238,900, total assets of $217,000, total equity of $121,300, net income of
$18,700, and dividends paid of $6,000. What is the internal growth rate?
A. 5.48 percent
B. 6.22 percent
C. 6.67 percent
D. 7.34 percent
E. 7.92 percent
Internal growth rate = {($18,700/$217,000) [($18,700 - $6,000)/$18,700]}/ {1 {($18,700/$217,000) [($18,700 - $6,000)/$18,700]}}/ = 6.22 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #97
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
98.
A firm has adopted a policy whereby it will not seek any additional external financing. Given this,
what is the maximum growth rate for the firm if it has net income of $12,100, total equity of $94,000,
total assets of $156,000, and a 40 percent dividend payout ratio?
A. 4.88 percent
B. 5.11 percent
C. 6.62 percent
D. 7.67 percent
E. 8.37 percent
Internal growth rate = [($12,100/$156,000) (1 - 0.40)]/{1 - [($12,100/$156,000) (1 - 0.40)]} =
4.88 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #98
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
99.
Underwood Enterprises earns $0.07 in profit on every $1 of sales and has $0.67 in assets for every
$1 of sales. The firm pays out 20 percent of its profits to its shareholders. What is the internal growth
rate?
A. 6.37 percent
B. 7.76 percent
C. 8.80 percent
D. 9.12 percent
E. 9.65 percent
Internal growth rate = [($0.07/$0.67) (1 - 0.20)]/{1 - [($0.07/$0.67) (1 - 0.20)]} = 9.12 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #99
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
100.
Joshua's Antiques has a total asset turnover rate of 1.2, an equity multiplier of 1.4, a profit margin of 5
percent, a retention ratio of 0.8, and total assets of $120,000. What is the sustainable growth rate?
A. 6.98 percent
B. 7.20 percent
C. 7.33 percent
D. 7.54 percent
E. 7.91 percent
Sustainable growth rate = [(0.05 1.2 1.4) 0.8]/{1 - [(0.05 1.2 1.4) 0.8]} = 7.20 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #100
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
101.
A firm has a return on equity of 16 percent, a return on assets of 11 percent, and a 40 percent dividend
payout ratio. What is the sustainable growth rate?
A. 5.72 percent
B. 6.84 percent
C. 7.12 percent
D. 9.58 percent
E. 10.62 percent
Sustainable growth rate = [0.16 (1 - 0.40)]/{1 - [0.16 (1 - 0.40)]} = 10.62 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #101
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
102.
Valentino's maintains a constant debt-equity ratio of 0.45. The firm had net income of $11,800 for
the year and paid $6,500 in dividends. The firm has total assets of $92,000. What is the sustainable
growth rate?
A. 7.38 percent
B. 8.27 percent
C. 9.11 percent
D. 9.62 percent
E. 10.38 percent
Sustainable growth rate = {$11,800/[$92,000/(1 + 0.45)]} [($11,800 - $6,500) /$11,800]/{1 {$11,800/[$92,000/(1 + 0.45)]} [($11,800 - $6,500)/$11,800]} = 9.11 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #102
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
103.
The Donut Hut has sales of $68,000, current assets of $11,300, net income of $5,100, net fixed assets
of $54,900, total debt of $23,800, and dividends of $800. What is the sustainable growth rate?
A. 10.48 percent
B. 11.29 percent
C. 11.79 percent
D. 12.08 percent
E. 12.39 percent
Sustainable growth rate = {[$5,100/($11,300 + $54,900 - $23,800)] [($5,100 - $800)/$5,100]}/{1 {[$5,100/($11,300 + $54,900 - $23,800)] [($5,100 - $800) /$5,100]}} = 11.29 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #103
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
104.
Last year, a firm earned $31,200 in net income on sales of $217,600. The company paid $7,500 in
dividends. What is the dividend payout ratio?
A. 3.45 percent
B. 4.71 percent
C. 14.34 percent
D. 22.85 percent
E. 24.04 percent
Dividend payout ratio = $7,500/$31,200 = 24.04 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #104
Section: 3.4
Topic: Dividend payout ratio
105.
Last year, Blakely's Fashions earned net income of $68,400 and had 12,000 shares of stock
outstanding. The dividends per share were $2.20. What is the dividend payout ratio?
A. 32.98 percent
B. 34.00 percent
C. 38.60 percent
D. 40.21 percent
E. 44.14 percent
Dividend payout ratio = $2.20/($68,400/12,000) = 38.60 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #105
Section: 3.4
Topic: Dividend payout ratio
106.
Gabriel Furniture has a profit margin of 8.2 percent and a dividend payout ratio of 30 percent. What is
the plowback ratio?
A. 10.66 percent
B. 27.33 percent
C. 54.60 percent
D. 70.00 percent
E. 78.20 percent
Plowback ratio = 1 - 0.30 = 0.70
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #106
Section: 3.4
Topic: Plowback ratio
107.
Town Centre Market has sales of $311,800, a profit margin of 2.9 percent, and dividends of $4,500.
What is the plowback ratio?
A. 46.32 percent
B. 49.78 percent
C. 50.23 percent
D. 51.15 percent
E. 53.68 percent
Plowback ratio = 1 - [$4,500/(0.029 $311,800)] = 50.23 percent
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #107
Section: 3.4
Topic: Plowback ratio
108.
Use the following financial information to answer this
question.
What are the values of the three components of the DuPont identity? Use ending balance sheet
values.
A. 0.15; 1.02; 0.35
B. 0.15; 2.02; 0.35
C. 0.15; 0.98; 2.86
D. 0.16; 0.98; 0.35
E. 0.16; 1.02; 2.86
Profit margin = $1,220/$8,200 = 0.15
Total asset turnover = $8,200/$8,340 = 0.98
Equity multiplier = $8,340/($1,500 + $1,420) = 2.86
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #108
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
109.
Global Ventures has a return on equity of 9.8 percent, a retention ratio of 60 percent, and a profit
margin of 4.5 percent. The company paid $378 in dividends and has net working capital of $100. Net
fixed assets are $18,550 and current liabilities are $520. What is the total equity of the firm?
A. $6,457
B. $6,890
C. $7,360
D. $9,643
E. $11,480
Net income = $378/(1 - 0.60) = $945
Sales = $945/0.045 = $21,000
ROE = PM (Sales/Total equity) = 0.098 = 0.045 ($21,000/TE); TE = $9,643
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #109
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
110.
Assume this is your first day on the job as the new chief financial officer of a mid-size company.
Identify the three key ratios that you would compute first as you begin to try to understand the
financial status of the firm. Explain why you selected the three ratios that you did.
Student answers will vary but should include a measure of liquidity as the inability of a firm to pay its
bills would be a top priority for a CFO. A key for grading is the strength and the logic of the student
explanations for their ratio selections.
AACSB: Reflective thinking
Bloom's: Evaluation
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #110
Section: 3.3
Topic: Ratio analysis
111.
You are trying to compare the financial performance of your firm to that of similar firms. What are
some of the key problems you might encounter in doing this comparison?
The first problem is identifying an appropriate peer group. This is a particular problem for
conglomerates and firms with international operations. Conglomerates have operations in multiple
industrial sectors. International firms encounter various accounting and regulatory standards and
currency conversion problems. Even national firms operating in a single industrial sector still
encounter problems when comparing firms because of different fiscal years, seasonal factors, various
accounting methods, and modes of operation.
AACSB: Reflective thinking
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-04 Identify and explain some of the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.
Ross - Chapter 03 #111
Section: 3.5
Topic: Financial analysis problems
112.
Explain why the DuPont identity is so useful to a financial manager.
Student answers will vary but a good answer will explain that the DuPont identity helps identify
how various aspects of a firm affect the firm's return to its shareholders. The profit margin relates
to the efficiency of a firm's operations and the ability to generate a profit on sales. The total asset
turnover shows the amount of sales that can be generated per each dollar of assets and helps managers
determine if the firm has acquired the right assets. The equity multiplier is the amount of assets that a
firm has at its disposal per dollar of equity and reveals how much leverage a firm utilizes.
AACSB: Reflective thinking
Bloom's: Evaluation
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #112
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
113.
Since there are no perfect or ideal standard ratios for a firm, why is ratio analysis still considered a
valuable management tool?
Ratios allow managers to compare the financial performance of a firm over time to view trends which
helps managers identify areas of improvement as well as areas of performance deterioration. Ratios
also allow managers to compare the performance of their firms to that of their peers. This comparison
helps identify common industrial trends and areas of discrepancies. Ratios do not provide managers
with answers but they do provide key information that aid in the management process.
AACSB: Reflective thinking
Bloom's: Evaluation
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-04 Identify and explain some of the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.
Ross - Chapter 03 #113
Section: 3.5
Topic: Financial analysis
114.
Peterboro Supply has a current accounts receivable balance of $391,648. Credit sales for the year just
ended were $5,338,411. How long did it take on average for credit customers to pay off their accounts
during the past year?
A. 24.78 days
B. 26.78 days
C. 29.09 days
D. 31.15 days
E. 33.33 days
Accounts receivable turnover = $5,338,411/$391,648 = 13.63064
Days sales in receivables = 365/13.63064 = 26.78 days
EOC #: 3.3
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #114
Section: 3.2
Topic: Accounts receivable period
115.
Sunshine Rentals has a debt-equity ratio of 0.84. Return on assets is 7.9 percent, and total equity is
$438,000. What is the net income?
A. $41,147.09
B. $54,311.29
C. $63,667.68
D. $48,887.02
E. $50,458.95
Return on equity = 0.079 (1 + 0.84) = 0.14536
Net income = 0.14536 $438,000 = $63,667.68
EOC #: 3.10
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #115
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
116.
Turner's Store had a profit margin of 6.8 percent, sales of $898,200, and total assets of $798,000. If
management set a goal of increasing the total asset turnover to 1.40 times, what would the new sales
figure need to be, assuming no increase in total assets?
A. $860,333
B. $984,320
C. $1,088,500
D. $1,117,200
E. $1,257,480
Total asset turnover = 1.40 $798,000 = $1,117,200
EOC #: 3.22
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #116
Section: 3.2
Topic: Total asset turnover
117.
True Blue Transport has a current stock price of $27. For the past year, the company had net income
of $2,187,400, total equity of $13,892,300, sales of $26,511,000, and 2.5 million shares outstanding.
What is the market-to-book ratio?
A. 3.54
B. 3.81
C. 3.99
D. 4.27
E. 4.86
Book value per share = $13,892,300/2,500,000 = $5.55692
Market-to-book = $27/$5.55692 = 4.86
EOC #: 3.24
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Basic
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #117
Section: 3.2
Topic: Market-to-book ratio
118.
Taylor, Inc. has sales of $11,898, total assets of $9,315, and a debt-equity ratio of 0.55. If its return on
equity is 14 percent, what is its net income?
A. $841.35
B. $887.16
C. $904.10
D. $911.16
E. $927.46
Return on equity = 0.14 = (Net income/$9,315) (1 + 0.55); Net income = $841.35
EOC #: 3.26
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #118
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
119.
Mercier United has net income of $128,470. There are currently 32.67 days' sales in receivables. Total
assets are $1,419,415, total receivables are $122,306, and the debt-equity ratio is 0.40. What is the
return on equity?
A. 11.42 percent
B. 12.67 percent
C. 13.09 percent
D. 13.48 percent
E. 15.03 percent
Return on equity = ($128,470/$1,419,415) (1 + 0.40)] = 12.67 percent
EOC #: 3.29
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #119
Section: 3.3
Topic: DuPont identity
120.
For the most recent year, Wilson Enterprises had sales of $689,000, cost of goods sold of $470,300,
depreciation expense of $61,200, and additions to retained earnings of $48,560. The firm currently has
12,000 shares of common stock outstanding, and the previous year's dividends per share were $1.18.
Assuming a 35 percent tax rate, what was the times interest earned ratio?
A. 1.47
B. 2.09
C. 2.58
D. 3.15
E. 3.67
Net income = $48,560 + ($1.18 12,000) = $62,720
Earnings before taxes = [$62,720/(1 - 0.35)] = $96,492.31
Earnings before interest and taxes = $689,000 - $470,300 - $61,200 = $157,500
Interest = $157,500 - $96,492.31 = $61,007.69
Times interest earned = $157,500/$61,007.69 = 2.58
EOC #: 3.31
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #120
Section: 3.2
Topic: Times interest earned
121.
A fire has destroyed a large percentage of the financial records of the Strongwell Co. You have the
task of piecing together information in order to release a financial report. You have found the return
on equity to be 13.8 percent. Sales were $979,000, the total debt ratio was 0.42, and total debt was
$548,000. What is the return on assets?
A. 6.92 percent
B. 8.00 percent
C. 8.45 percent
D. 9.03 percent
E. 9.29 percent
Debt-equity ratio = 0.42/(1 - 0.42) = 0.72414
Return on assets = 0.138/(1 + 0.72414) = 8.00 percent
EOC #: 3.32
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Ross - Chapter 03 #121
Section: 3.2
Topic: Return on assets
122.
Donegal's Industrial Products wishes to maintain a growth rate of 6 percent a year, a debt-equity ratio
of 0.45, and a dividend payout ratio of 30 percent. The ratio of total assets to sales is constant at 1.25.
What profit margin must the firm achieve?
A. 4.68 percent
B. 5.29 percent
C. 6.33 percent
D. 6.97 percent
E. 8.19 percent
Sustainable growth = 0.06 = {[(PM (1/1.25) (1 + 0.45)] (1 - 0.30)}/{1 - {[(PM (1/1.25) (1 +
0.45)] (1 - 0.30)}} = 6.97 percent
EOC #: 3.38
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #122
Section: 3.4
Topic: Sustainable growth rate
123.
A firm wishes to maintain an internal growth rate of 4.5 percent and a dividend payout ratio of 60
percent. The current profit margin is 7.5 percent and the firm uses no external financing sources. What
must the total asset turnover be?
A. 0.98
B. 1.06
C. 1.21
D. 1.44
E. 1.59
Internal growth rate = 0.045 = [0.075 TAT (1 - 0.60)]/{1 - [0.075 TAT (1 - 0.60)]}; TAT =
1.44
EOC #: 3.40
AACSB: Analytic
Bloom's: Analysis
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Ross - Chapter 03 #123
Section: 3.4
Topic: Internal growth rate
ch3 Summary
Category
AACSB: Analytic
AACSB: Reflective thinking
Bloom's: Analysis
Bloom's: Comprehension
Bloom's: Evaluation
Bloom's: Knowledge
Difficulty: Basic
Difficulty: Intermediate
Learning Objective: 03-01 Standardize financial statements for comparison purposes.
Learning Objective: 03-02 Compute and; more importantly; interpret some common ratios.
Learning Objective: 03-03 Assess the determinants of a firm's profitability and growth
Learning Objective: 03-04 Identify and explain some of the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.
Ross - Chapter 03
Section: 3.1
Section: 3.2
Section: 3.3
Section: 3.4
Section: 3.5
Topic: Accounts receivable period
Topic: Accounts receivable turnover
Topic: Capital intensity ratio
Topic: Cash coverage ratio
Topic: Cash ratio
Topic: Common-size percent
Topic: Common-size percentage
Topic: Common-size ratio
Topic: Common-size statement
Topic: Current ratio
Topic: Days sales in inventory
Topic: Days sales in receivables
Topic: Debt-equity ratio
Topic: Dividend payout ratio
Topic: DuPont identity
Topic: Earnings per share
Topic: Equity multiplier
Topic: Financial analysis
Topic: Financial analysis problems
Topic: Financial ratios
Topic: Financial statement analysis
Topic: Internal growth rate
Topic: Inventory
Topic: Inventory turnover
Topic: Liquidity
Topic: Long term solvency
Topic: Market-to-book ratio
Topic: Plowback ratio
Topic: Price-earnings ratio
Topic: Price-sales ratio
Topic: Profit margin
Topic: Profitability ratios
Topic: Quick ratio
Topic: Ratio analysis
Topic: Return on assets
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