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VERSION 1 11 TEST #1 SOLUTIONS TO MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS #1 Most supply functions are elastic at low price levels and inelastic at high price levels. #2 The net income of a business serves two purposes: distribution to the bondholders as divi- dends, and an internal source of equity for new and ongoing projects. #3 I, II and III #4 A decrease in fixed assets at cost #5 liquid #6 I, II and IV #7 III only #8 dQ/dP = -e (-p/12+30) /12 At P=300, dQ/dP = -12.3678 and Q=248.4132 Hence, E D = - (-12.3678) / (248.4132 / 300) = 14.9362 #9 From the graph, one can see that around P=420 Euros, the demand remains constant at Q=100 billion barrels per month, regardless of changes in price. Thus, the price elasticity of demand is 0 . #10 Debt-to-equity ratio: Long Term Liabilities / Shareholders’ Equity (235 639 000 – 78 158 000) / -17 311 000 = -9.09 #11 Current ratio: (Current Assets) / (Current Liabilities) 36 832 000 / 78 158 000 = 0.47 #12 II and IV #13 ACP: Accounts Receivable / (Sales revenue / 365) 6 165 000 / (146 277 000 / 365) = 15.38
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VERSION 1 12 #14 Ford gained income by eliminating some operations.
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