CH3 - 34. Period End a. Current Ratio = b. Quick Ratio = c....

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34. Period End Period Beginnin g a. Current Ratio = Current Assets $23,150 = 4.88 =5.19 Current Liabilities $4,739 b. Quick Ratio = Current Assets - Inventory $23,150 - $13,822 = 1.97 =2.05 Current Liabilities $4,739 c. Cash Ratio = Cash $3,507 = 0.74 =.83 Current Liabilities $4,739 d. Total Asset Turnover = Sales $186,570 = 1.94 =2.69 Total Assets $96,119 e. Inventory Turnover = COGS $125,803 = 9.10 NA Inventory $13,822 f. Receivables Turnover = Sales $186,570 = 32.05 NA Accounts Receivables $5,821 g. Total Debt Ratio = Total Assets – Total Equity $96,119 - $74,820 = 0.222 =.256 Total Assets $96,119 h. Debt-Equity Ratio = Total Debt $21,299 = 0.285 =.344 Total Equity $74,820 i. Equity Multiplier = Total Assets $96,119 = 1.28 =1.34 Total Equity $74,820 j. Times Interest Earned Ratio = EBIT $55,394 = 37.68 NA Interest $1,470 k. Cash Coverage Ratio = EBIT +Depreciation $55,394 + $5,373 = 41.34 NA Interest $1,470 l. Profit Margin = Net Income $35,051 = 0.188 NA Sales $186,570 m. ROA = Net Income
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2012 for the course MGT 111 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at Washington State University .

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CH3 - 34. Period End a. Current Ratio = b. Quick Ratio = c....

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