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Question 470  accounting ratio, no explanation

Which of the following statements is NOT correct?



Question 471  risk, accounting ratio

High risk firms in danger of bankruptcy tend to have:



Question 472  quick ratio, accounting ratio

A firm has current assets totaling $1.5b of which cash is $0.25b and inventories is $0.5b. Current liabilities total $2b of which accounts payable is $1b.

What is the firm's quick ratio, also known as the acid test ratio?



Question 490  expected and historical returns, accounting ratio

Which of the following is NOT a synonym of 'required return'?



Question 495  risk, accounting ratio, no explanation

High risk firms in danger of bankruptcy tend to have:



Question 506  leverage, accounting ratio

A firm has a debt-to-equity ratio of 25%. What is its debt-to-assets ratio?



Question 507  leverage, accounting ratio

A firm has a debt-to-equity ratio of 60%. What is its debt-to-assets ratio?



Question 663  leverage, accounting ratio, no explanation

A firm has a debt-to-assets ratio of 20%. What is its debt-to-equity ratio?



Question 799  LVR, leverage, accounting ratio

In the home loan market, the acronym LVR stands for Loan to Valuation Ratio. If you bought a house worth one million dollars, partly funded by an $800,000 home loan, then your LVR was 80%. The LVR is equivalent to which of the following ratios?



Question 845  accounting ratio, no explanation

Safe firms with low chances of bankruptcy will tend to have:



Question 855  cash cycle, accounting ratio

The below diagram shows a firm’s cash cycle.

Diagram

Which of the following statements about companies’ cash cycle is NOT correct?



Question 857  Du Pont formula, accounting ratio, no explanation

The Du Pont formula is:

###\dfrac{\text{Net Profit}}{\text{Sales}} \times \dfrac{\text{Sales}}{\text{Total Assets}} \times \dfrac{\text{Total Assets}}{\text{Ordinary Equity}}###

Which of the following statements about the Du Pont formula is NOT correct?




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