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(1) Brooks Company has a debt-equity ratio of 0.75. Return on assets is 10.4 percent, and total equity is $900,00. What is the equity multiplier? Return on equity? Net income?
Equity Multiplier= Total Assets/Total equity
=1575000/900000
=1.75 times
Note:
Total Equity=$900000,
Debt=Debt Equity ratio * Equity
=.75*900000
=$675000
Total Assets= Debt + Equity
=900000+675000
=$1575000
Return on Assets= Net Profit/Assets
Net profit= Return on Assets*Assets
=10.4%*1575000
=$163800
Return on Equity= Net profit/Equity
=163800/900000
=18.2%
Net Income= $163800

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