Using the income statement, balance sheet, and extra information found below compute the following for
this year only. Round all figures to 2 decimal points.
a. The Earnings per Share
b. The Dividend Yield Ratio
c. The Dividend Payout Ratio
d. The Price-Earnings Ratio
e. The Book Value per Common Share
f. The Gross Margin Percentage
g. The Return on Total Assets
h. The Return on Common Shareholders' Equity
i. The Working Capital
j. The Current Ratio
k. The Acid-Test Ratio
l. The Average Collection Period
m. Average Sales Period
n. The Times Interest Earned.
o. The Debt to Equity Ratio
Each ratio is worth 3 marks each, 45 marks in total.
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