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Unformatted text preview: be expressed between items in the same financial statement (e.g., between two items in a balance sheet or two items in an income statement), or between items in two different financial statements (e.g. between total assets and total revenues, net income and total assets, etc). By examining the relationships that may exist between two items in the financial statements and observing such relationships over a period of time, conclusions can be drawn about the performance and financial health of a company....
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