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    Question 1
    From the following income statement (in millions), calculate operating income after tax using both the top-down and bottom-up methods. Use a tax rate of 37 percent.

    Revenue $ 6,450
    Cost of goods sold (3,870)
    Operating expenses (1,843)
    Interest expense (135)
    Income taxes (181)
    Net income S 421

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    Top Down Method

    Operating Income = Revenue - COGS - Operating Expenses = ...

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