Use the following information for this and the next three questions.

Question 1

Use the following information for this and the next three questions.

 
SMJ Inc. had the following information on last year’s balance sheet.

 

Sales

$ 178,000

Costs

82,500

Other expenses

7,500

Depreciation expense

14,700

Interest expense

8,400

Taxes

21,400

Dividends

12,460

 

 

2002 New equity

$ 5,400

Net new long-term debt

(2,400)

Increase in net fixed assets

17,800

 
What was the operating cash flow for SMJ? 7060, 10800, 66600, 17860

 

Question 2

What was the cash flow to creditors for SMJ? 7060, 10800, 66600, 17860

 

Question 3

What was the cash flow to stockholders of SMJ? 7060, 10800, 66600, 17860

 

Question 4

What was the change in net working capital for SMJ? 16240, 10800, 7060, 6600

 

Question 5

Use the following information for this and the next four questions.

 You are given the following for TG Inc. for the last year:

 

Sales

$ 26,500

Cost of goods sold

18,850

Depreciation expense

2,900

Interest expense

400

Dividends paid

16,000

New debt issued

500

 

 

Beginning Net fixed assets

$ 12,400

Beginning Current assets

2,600

Beginning Current liabilities

2,250

 

 

Ending Net fixed assets

$ 15,250

Ending Current assets

3,890

Ending Current liabilities

2,650

Tax rate

40%

 
Assuming G&A is zero, what was its last year’s net income? 100, 5910, 730, 2610

 

Question 6

What was the TG Inc.’s operating cash flow last year? 100, 5910, 730, 2610

 

Question 7

What was the TG Inc.’s cash flow from assets last year? 100, 5910, 730, 2610

 

Question 8

What was the TG Inc.’s cash flow to creditors last year? 100, 5910, 730, 2610

 

Question 9

What was the TG Inc.’s cash flow to stockholders? 630, 100, 2610, 5910

 

Question 10

Use the following information for this and the next seventeen questions.

 
You are given the following for the Hanna Inc.

 What is the current ratio at the end of the year? .59, .64, 1.49, 3.19

 

Question 11

What is the Hanna Inc.’s quick ratio at the end of the year? .59, .64, 1.49, 3.19

 

Question 12

What is the Hanna Inc.’s cash ratio at the end of the year? .59, .64, 1.49, 3.19

 

Question 13

What is the Hanna Inc.’s total asset turnover at the end of the year? .59, .64, 1.49, 3.19

 

Question 14

What is the Hanna Inc.’s inventory turnover at the end of the year? .58, .37, 1.28, 6.58

Question 15

What is the Hanna Inc.’s receivables turnover at the end of the year? .58, .37, 1.28, 6.58

 

Question 16

What is the Hanna Inc.’s total debt ratio at the end of the year? .58, .37, 1.28, 6.58

 

Question 17

What is the Hanna Inc.’s debt-equity ratio at the end of the year? .58, .37, 1.28, 6.58

 

Question 18

What is the Hanna Inc.’s equity multiplier at the end of the year? .58, .37, 1.28, 6.58

 

Question 19

What is the Hanna Inc.’s times-interest-earned ratio at the end of the year? 17.17, 19.29, .24, .37

 

Question 20

What is the Hanna Inc.’s cash coverage ratio at the end of the year? 17.17, 19.29, .24, .37

 

Question 21

What is the profit margin for the year for the Hanna Inc.? 17.17, 19.29, .24, .37

 

Question 22

What is the Hanna Inc.’s return on assets for the year? 17.17, 19.29, .24, .37

 

Question 23

What is the Hanna Inc.’s return on equity for the year? 17.17, 19.29, .24, .37

 

Question 24

What is the Hanna Inc.’s DuPont identity at the end of the year? .37x.64×2.58, .37×1.64×2.58, .37x.64×1.58, .37×1.64×1.58

 

Question 25

What is the Hanna Inc.’s price-earning ratio at the end of the year? 24.93, 17.17, 19.29, .24

 

Question 26

What is the Hanna Inc.’s dividend per share for the year? 19.29, .37, 17.17, .72

 

Question 27

What is the Hanna Inc.’s market-to-book ratio at the end of the year? .24, 17.17, .37, 9.34

 

Question 28

Use the following information for the Lowell, Inc. for this and the next two questions.

 

Sales

$200,000

Debt

95,000

Dividends

5,000

Equity

40,000

Net income

16,000

 
What is the company’s sustainable growth rate? 8.87%, 9.24%, 37.93%, 19.29%

 

Question 29

How much additional debt will Lowell Inc.require to keep the current debt-equity ratio constant if the company were to grow at the sustainable growth rate? 887954, 186206, 131034, 36034

 

Question 30

At what growth rate could the Lowell Inc. grow if it did not wish to increase the amount of debt? 37.93%, 9.24%, 19.29%, 8.87%

 

 

 

 

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