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A) The balance sheet of the first chemical plant is given in the attached file.
If annual sale is $400,000, profit before income tax is $200,000, and the corporate tax rate is 50%, compute the return-on-total-assets ratio and the inventory-turnover ratio.

b) Define the inventory-turnover ratio and identify its two major inconsistencies.

c) Given the following information, construct the balance sheet of a private business and calculate its owners' equity:

Accounts receivable = $10,000
Bonds and debentures = $600,000
Equipment = $100,000
Cash = $10,000
Government bonds = $10,000
Land = $500,000
Inventories = $100,000
Sales = $100,000
Annual costs of production = $50,000
Office equipment = $50,000
Building = $500,000
Accrued taxes = $15,000
Accounts payable = $400,000

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a) The balance sheet of the first chemical plant is given in the attached file.
If annual sale is $400,000, profit before income tax is $200,000, and the corporate tax rate is 50%, compute the return-on-total-assets ratio and the inventory-turnover ratio.

b) Define the ...

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