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    Consider the following financial statement information for the Bulldog Icers Corporation:

    Item Beginning Ending
    Inventory $8,413 $10,158
    Accounts receivable 5,108 5,439
    Accounts payable 6,927 7,625
    Net sales $67,312
    Cost of goods sold 52,827

    Calculate the operating and cash cycles. How do you interpret your answer?

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    Consider the following financial statement information for the Bulldog Icers Corporation:

    Item Beginning Ending
    Inventory $8,413 $10,158
    Accounts receivable 5,108 5,439
    Accounts payable 6,927 7,625
    Net sales $67,312
    Cost of goods sold ...

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