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Ch 14 V9 Problems to Ponder Answers

Ch 14 V9 Problems to Ponder Answers - CHAPTER 14Solutions...

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Ch14 SE1 to SE2 CHAPTER 14—Solutions The Statement of Cash Flows Chapter 14, SE 1. 1. b 4. d 2. c 5. c 3. a 6. c Chapter 14, SE 2. Cash Flow Yield = Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities Net Income = $180,000 = 2.0 times $90,000 Cash Flows to Sales = Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities Sales = $180,000 = 22.8% $790,000 Cash Flows to Assets = Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities Average Total Assets = $180,000 = 34.3% ( $550,000 + $500,000 ) ÷ 2 Free Cash Flow = Net Cash Flows from Operating Activities Dividends Purchases of Plant Assets + Sales of Plant Assets = $180,000 $40,000 $120,000 + $20,000 = $40,000
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Ch14 SE5 to SE7 Chapter 14, SE 5. Minh Corporation Schedule of Cash Flows from Operating Activities For the Year Ended December 31, 2010 Cash flows from operating activities Net income $144,000 Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash flows from operating activities Depreciation $16,000 Amortization 1,800 Changes in current assets and current liabilities Decrease in accounts receivable 8,200 Increase in inventories ( 5,400) Decrease in prepaid expenses 1,000 Decrease in accounts payable ( 14,000) Decrease in accrued liabilities
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