#13.docx - A Current Ratio = Current Asset Investment Current Liabilities = \$13,900M/\$10,363M = 1.34 B New Current Ratio = \$14,200M/\$10,663M = 1.33 C

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A. Current Ratio = Current Asset + Investment / Current Liabilities = \$13,900M/\$10,363M = 1.34 B. New Current Ratio = \$14,200M/\$10,663M = 1.33 C. Quick Ratio = \$1,421M + \$964M / \$10,363M = 0.23 D. New Quick Ratio = \$1,421M + \$300M + \$964M / \$10,363M = 0.25 E. Old Cash Ratio = \$1,421M / \$10,363M = 1.40 F. New Cash Ratio = \$1,421M + \$300M / \$10,663M

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