Chapter 2 - Exercise 1 1 CL 2 CA 3 PPE 4 PPE 5 CA 6 CL 7 IA...

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Exercise 1 Exercise 9 1 CL A. CR= 2.167 2 CA WC= 140000 3 PPE B. CR= 2.737 4 PPE WC= 115000 5 CA C. yes the profits are larger than the expenses and that’s alw 6 CL what you want. 7 IA D. no it wasn’t unethical it was logical to make that decision 8 CL 9 CA 10 LTI 11 PPE 12 LTL 13 CA 14 PPE 15 CA Exercise 9 exercise 11 CR= 1.5 A 2 WC= 20,000 B 6 C 3 CR= 2.3 D 4 WC= 20,000 E 5 F 1 they have a lower amount to pay off NO exercise 12 A COST PRINCIPLE B COST PRINCIPLE C TIME PERIOD ASSUMPTION
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Texas Instruments, Inc. Balance Sheet December 31, 2004 Assets Current Assets Cash $2,668 Short-term investment 3,690 Accounts recievable 1,696 Inventories 1,256 prepaid expenses 326 Other current assets 554 Total current assets $10,190 Long-term investments long-term investments 264 other noncurrent assets 1,927 2,191 Property,plant, and equipment property, plant, and equipment 9,573 less: Accumulated depreciation 5,655 3,918 Total Assets $16,299 Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity Current liabilities
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2009 for the course ENG 401 taught by Professor Mess during the Spring '09 term at Northwood University, Michigan Campus.

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Chapter 2 - Exercise 1 1 CL 2 CA 3 PPE 4 PPE 5 CA 6 CL 7 IA...

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