Question

A company has net working capital of $850, net fixed assets of $5,370, total assets of $8,450, and long-term debt of $5,280. What is the company's total equity?

Answer #1

Current assets |

Current assets = Total Assets - Net fixed assets |

Current assets = $8,450 - $5,370 |

Current assets = $3,080 |

Current Liabilities |

Current Liabilities = Current assets - Net working capital |

Current Liabilities = $3,080 - $850 |

Current Liabilities = $2,230 |

Total Equity |

Total Equity = Total Assets - Long-term debt - Current liabilities |

Total Equity = $8,450 - $5,280 - $2,230 |

Total Equity = $940 |

Therefore, the company's total
equity will be $940 |

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