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10.Current liabilities are classified as clearly determinable, estimated, and contingent.TRUE(T / F) Horizontal analysis is the calculation of dollar changes or percentage changes in
comparative statement items or totals. Use of this analysis helps detect changes in a company's performance and highlights trends.
expressed as a percentage of a significant total.
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False (T / F) Equity, or long-term solvency, ratios show the relationship between debt and equity financing in a company. These ratios include (1) equity (stockholders' equity) ratio and (2) stockholders' equity to debt ratio.
past performance and current financial position.Select one:True False FeedbackCorrect. Financial statement analysis consists of applying analytical tools and techniques to financial statements and other relevant data to obtain useful information.(T / F) Vertical analysis helps detect changes in a company's performance over several periods
and highlights trends.Select one:
the previous periods.Select one:
Select one:
companies to make the comparisons valid.Select one:True False FeedbackCorrect. Analysts must use comparable data when making comparisons of items for different periods or different companies.(T / F) An equity investor is more focused on the Gross Profit Margin Ratio than the Return on

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