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# I am struggling with understanding what to use to complete this assignment. From textbook Strategic Management...

I am struggling with understanding what to use to complete this assignment. From textbook Strategic Management by David and David 16th edition, Complete Experiential Exercise 4C, Step 1, on textbook page 124. Once you have found Table 4-4, complete the first 18 ratios and then 2 of your choice from the remaining growth ratios (this will equal the 20 required in the Assurance of Learning Exercise). It is required that you show your work. Use the financial documents on pages 29–31.

The ratios I have thought to use are below but am struggling with determining what should be separated out from the financial documents as long term debt, fixed assets versus total debt and all assets. Trying to determine if these ratios are even correct for the question being asked in the exercise.

 Current ratio = Current assets Current liabilities Quick Ratio = Current assets - inventory Current liabilities Debt to total asset ratio = Total Debt Total assets Debt to equity ratio = Total debt Total stockholder's equity Long term debt to equity ratio = Long term debt Total stockholder's equity Times interest eared ratio = EBIT Total interest charges Inventory turnover = Sales Inventory Fixed Asset turnover = Sales Fixed assets Total Asset turnover = Sales Total Assets Accounts receivable turnover = Sales Accounts receivable Average collection period = Accounts receivables Sales / 365 Gross profit margin = Gross Profit Sales Operating profit margin = EBIT Sales Net Profit margin = Net Income Sales Return on total assets = Net Income Total assets Return on stockholder's equity = Net Income Total shareholder's equity Earnings per share = Net Income Number of common stock outstanding Price earning ratio = Market price per share Earnings per share Sales growth = Current year - Last year Last year Net income growth = Current year - Last year

Period Ending:

Trend 12/31/2017 12/31/2016 12/31/2015 12/31/2014
Current Assets
Cash and Cash Equivalents
\$380,179 \$296,967 \$346,529 \$374,854
Short-Term Investments
\$0 \$0 \$0 \$97,131
Net Receivables
\$588,262 \$581,381 \$599,073 \$697,455
Inventory
\$752,836 \$745,678 \$750,970 \$801,036
Other Current Assets
\$280,633 \$192,752 \$152,026 \$276,571
Total Current Assets
\$2,001,910 \$1,816,778 \$1,848,598 \$2,247,047
Long-Term Assets
Long-Term Investments
\$0 \$0 \$0 \$0
Fixed Assets
\$2,106,697 \$2,177,248 \$2,240,460 \$2,151,901
Goodwill
\$821,061 \$812,344 \$684,252 \$792,955
Intangible Assets
\$369,156 \$492,737 \$379,305 \$294,841
Other Assets
\$251,879 \$168,365 \$155,366 \$136,126
Deferred Asset Charges
\$3,023 \$56,861 \$36,390 \$0
Total Assets
\$5,553,726 \$5,524,333 \$5,344,371 \$5,622,870
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable
\$1,217,086 \$1,276,729 \$1,354,476 \$1,300,146
Short-Term Debt / Current Portion of Long-Term Debt
\$859,457 \$632,714 \$863,436 \$635,501
Other Current Liabilities
\$0 \$0 \$0 \$0
Total Current Liabilities
\$2,076,543 \$1,909,443 \$2,217,912 \$1,935,647
Long-Term Debt
\$2,061,023 \$2,347,455 \$1,557,091 \$1,542,317
Other Liabilities
\$438,939 \$400,161 \$468,718 \$526,003
Deferred Liability Charges
\$45,656 \$39,587 \$53,188 \$99,373
Misc. Stocks
\$0 \$0 \$0 \$0
Minority Interest
\$16,227 \$41,831 \$49,465 \$64,468
Total Liabilities
\$4,638,388 \$4,738,477 \$4,346,374 \$4,167,808
Stock Holders Equity
Common Stocks
\$359,901 \$359,901 \$359,901 \$359,901
Capital Surplus
\$924,978 \$869,857 \$783,877 \$754,186
Retained Earnings
\$6,371,082 \$6,115,961 \$5,897,603 \$5,860,784
Treasury Stock
(\$6,426,877) (\$6,183,975) (\$5,672,359) (\$5,161,236)
Other Equity
(\$313,746) (\$375,888) (\$371,025) (\$358,573)
Total Equity
\$915,338 \$785,856 \$997,997 \$1,455,062
Total Liabilities & Equity
\$5,553,726 \$5,524,333 \$5,344,371 \$5,622,870

Long Term Debt : Whose Maturity is after 1 Year from the end of Balance sheet

Ex: Bank Loans, Debentures Issues etc.

Total debt:

Total Value of Liabilitiy & Eauity in Balance sheet - Share Holders Equity

Fixed Assets:

Whose Utilization is more than One Accounting Period

Ex: Plant & Equipment, Land, Buildimg, Furniture & FIxtures etc.

Total Assets = Assets Side total in Balance sheet

SHare Holders Equity:

Common stock & Reserves belongs to Equity Holders.

Current Assets:

Assets that can be realized in a year from the end of Balance shgeet date

Ex: Inventory, Cash & Bank Balance, Account Receivabales, Short term Investments etc.

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