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The 2010 income statement of Holly Enterprises shows operating revenues of $134,800, selling expenses of $38,310, general and administrative expenses...

The 2010 income statement of Holly Enterprises shows operating revenues of $134,800, selling expenses of $38,310, general and administrative expenses of $36,990, interest expense of $580 and income tax expense of $13,920. Holly's stockholders' equity was $280,000 at the beginning of the year and $320,000 at the end of the year. The company have 20,000 shares of stock outstanding at December 31, 2010.

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compute Holly's profit margin. what other information would you need in order to comment on whether this ration is favorable?

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Question:The 2010 income statement of Holly Enterprises shows operating revenues of $134,800, selling expenses of $38,310, general and
administrative expenses of $36,990, interest expense of $580...

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