# Gross Profit & Cash Dividends

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1) Suppose sales for the coming year are forecasted to be $71,162 and the forecasted cost of sales to sales ratio is 73.00 percent. Calculate gross profit.

2) Suppose pretax income is $1,981, the effective tax rate is 40 percent, and the dividend payout ratio is 6 percent. Calculate the amount of cash dividends.

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1) Suppose sales for the coming year are forecasted to be $71,162 and the forecasted cost of sales to sales ratio is 73.00 percent. Calculate gross profit.

Sales= $71,162

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