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    I'm having a problem trying to assess a company's current performance and assessing their future. I have part of the statement of cash flows, and all of my figures match and are ok. I'm stuck trying to figure out how they are currently performing, and how to assess their future. There are so many equations, and I'm not sure which one to use.

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    The company is in their second year of business, which is a ski resort.

    The company reported a net loss of $(10,000) for its second year, which included an $85,000 loss from fire.

    The company purchased plant assets, which yielded total assets of $800,000.

    The company's net cash outflow for its second year was $(5,000).

    Net cash flow provided by operating activities is $295,000.

    Net cash flow used by investing activities is $(310,000).

    Net cash flow provided by financing activities is $10,000.

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    The company is in their second year of business, which is a ski resort.

    The company reported a net loss of $(10,000) for its second year, which included an $85,000 loss from fire.

    The company purchased plant assets, which yielded total assets of $800,000.

    The company's net cash outflow for its second year was $(5,000).

    Net cash flow provided by operating activities is $295,000.

    Net cash flow used by investing activities is $(310,000).

    Net cash flow ...

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