Quiz 11: Ratios in Accounting

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1. If revenue is 40,000 and Cost of sales is 18,000, what is the gross margin percentage?
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2. If overheads are 17,000, revenue 40,000, cost of sales 18,000, what is the overhead ratio?
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3. If Revenue is 75,000, EBITDA 22,250, depreciation 14,000, and interest 1,156, what is the Return on sales?
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4. If fixed assets are 56,000, working capital 14,935 and earnings before interest and tax is 8,250, what is the return on capital employed?
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5. If fixed assets are 20,000, current assets 12,213 and revenue 40,000, what is the Asset Turnover ratio?
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6. If current assets are 12,213 and current liabilities are 5,753, what is the current ratio?
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7. If current assets are 12,213, inventory 4,438 and current liabilities are 5,753, what is the quick ratio?
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8. If debt is 12,000 and equity is 14,460, what is the Gearing Ratio?
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9. If account receivable are 4,932 and revenue is 40,000, what is the Accounts Receivable Days?
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10. If accounts payable are 5,753 and cost of sales and expenses are 35,000, what are the Account Payable Days?
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