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Your boss asks you to compute the company's cash conversion cycle.

• Your boss asks you to compute the company's cash conversion cycle. Looking at the financial statements, you see that the average inventory for the year was $126,300, accounts receivable were $97,900, and accounts payable were at $115,100. You also see that the company had sales of $324,000 and that cost of goods sold was $282,000. What is your firm's cash conversion cycle? Round to the nearest day.

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Cash Conversion Cycle = Days Inventory Outstanding + Days Receivable Outstanding - Days Payables Outstanding
Ratios Formula Calculation Inventory Turnover Ratio
Receivable Turnover Ratio...

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