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14-05Pr_5e_s

# Survey of Accounting (Available Titles Cengagenow)

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Problem 14-5 Name: Section: Score: 0% Answers are entered in the cells with gray backgrounds. Cells with non-gray backgrounds are protected and cannot be edited. A red asterisk (*) will appear in the row immediately to the right of an incorrect answer. 1. RUCKER-PUTNAM BIKE COMPANY Divisional Income Statements For the Year Ended December 31, 2010 Sales Cost of goods sold Gross profit Operating expenses Income from operations 2. Rate of return on = Profit margin x Investment turnover investment (ROI) Rate of return on = x investment (ROI) Touring Bike Division: ROI = x = Off-Road Bike Division: ROI = x = 3. Touring Bike Division residual income: Off-Road Bike Division residual income: 4. Instructions Division Division

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Unformatted text preview: 1. RUCKER-PUTNAM BIKE COMPANY Divisional Income Statements For the Year Ended December 31, 2010 Sales \$2,800,000 \$2,950,000 Cost of goods sold 1,240,000 1,375,000 Gross profit \$1,560,000 \$1,575,000 Operating expenses 1,168,000 1,073,500 Income from operations \$392,000 \$501,500 2. Rate of return on = Profit margin x Investment turnover investment (ROI) Rate of return on = Income from Operations x Sales investment (ROI) Sales Invested Assets Touring Bike Division: ROI = \$392,000 x \$2,800,000 = 24.5% \$2,800,000 \$1,600,000 Off-Road Bike Division: ROI = \$501,500 x \$2,950,000 = 17.0% \$2,950,000 \$2,950,000 3. Touring Bike Division residual income: \$104,000 Off-Road Bike Division residual income: (\$29,500) 4. Instructions Touring Bike Division Off-Road Bike Division Because of differences in asset turnover ratios, the two divisions should be evaluated on the basis of residual income rather than ROI....
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