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# Suppose a firm pays total dividends of \$410,000 out of net income of \$3.6 million. What would the firm's payout ratio be?

Suppose a firm pays total dividends of \$410,000 out of net income of \$3.6 million. What would the firm's payout ratio be?

1.14

8.780

.41

.114

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• The correct option is (D) 0.114
• v_pandey
• May 04, 2018 at 5:11am

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