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Dividing net credit sales, or net sales, by average net accounts receivable yields: Select one: Accounts receivable turnover. Asset turnover....

Dividing net credit sales, or net sales, by average net accounts receivable yields:

Select one:

a. Accounts receivable turnover.

b. Asset turnover.

c. Inventory turns.

d. Not a meaningful calculation since sales and receivables are both debits.

e. Receivables ageing.

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