Regression Analysis Considering Dependent Variable ROA Variables Unstandardized

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Regression Analysis Considering Dependent Variable ROA Variables Unstandardized Coefficients Standardized Coefficients t Sig. Adjusted R Square F Si g B Std. Error Beta (Constan t) 0.092 0.064 1.441 0.16 9 0.645 12.4 9 0 CR - 0.074 0.055 -0.288 - 1.344 0.19 8 ITR 0.009 0.003 0.633 2.915 0.01 CCC 0 0 0.304 2.123 0.05 WORKING CAPITAL AND PROFITABILITY 43 Table 7 Regression analysis considering dependent variable NP Variables Unstandardized Coefficients Standardize d Coefficients t Sig. Adjusted R Square F value Sig B Std. Error Beta (Constant ) 9214119 2 5461960 2 1.687 0.11 1 0.35 2.875 0.06 9 CR -6.3E+07 4681156 6 -0.425 - 1.347 0.19 7 ITR 1622114 2592883 0.2 0.626 0.54 CCC 138033.5 90593.41 0.321 1.524 0.14 7 WORKING CAPITAL AND PROFITABILITY 44 Table 8 Hypothesis Testing No Hypotheses Resul ts Tools H0 1 There is no significant relation between Current Ratio and Return on Assets. Rejec t Correlati on H0 2 There is no significant relation between Inventory Turnover Ratio and Return on Assets. Rejec t Correlati on H0 3 There is no significant relation between Cash Conversion Cycle and Return on Assets. Acce pt Correlati on H0 4 There is no significant relation between Current Ratio and Net Profit. Rejec t Correlati on H0 5 There is no significant relation between Inventory Turnover Ratio and Net Profit. Acce pt Correlati on H0 6 There is no significant relation between Cash Conversion Cycle and Net Profit. Acce pt Correlati on H0 7 There is no significant impact of Current Ratio on Return on Assets. Acce pt Regressio n H0 8 There is no significant impact of Inventory Turnover Ratio on Return on Assets. Rejec t Regressio n H0 9 There is no significant impact of Cash Conversion Cycle on Return on Assets. Rejec t Regressio n H1 0 There is no significant impact of Current Ratio on Net Profit. Acce pt Regressio n H1 1 There is no significant impact of Inventory Turnover Ratio on Net Profit. Acce pt Regressio n H1 2 There is no significant impact of Cash Conversion Cycle on Net Profit. Acce pt Regressio n WORKING CAPITAL AND PROFITABILITY 45 Annex 2: Figures Figure 1 Theoretical framework of the variables Independent Variables Dependent Variable Return on Assets Inventory Turnover Ratio Cash Conversion Cycle Current Ratio Net Profit WORKING CAPITAL AND PROFITABILITY 46 #### You've reached the end of your free preview.

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