E. none of the choices are examples of common-size financial statements;16. Meaningful peer group analysis requires that members of the peer group;I. are all in a similar industry;II. have similar looking ticker symbols;III. are of roughly similar size;A. I only;B. I and II only;C. II and III only;D. I and III only;E. none of the choices are criteria for peer group membership;17. Which of the following are profitability ratios?;I. Total Debt / Total Equity;II. EBIT / Interest Expense;III. Net Income / Net Sales;IV. Net Income / Total Equity;A. I only;B. II only;C. II and III only;D. III and IV only;E. none of the choices are profitability ratios;18. Whaling Boats reports the following account balances: inventory of $16,200, equipment of $36,200, accounts payable of $16,250, cash of $11,200, and accounts receivable of $12,400. How much does the firm have in net working capital?;a. $14,500;b. $20,300;c. $39,300;d. $56,500;e. $23,550;19. A firm has a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.25. What is the firm?????s total debt ratio?;a. 0.33;b. 1.50;c. 0.50;d. 2.00;e. 5.00;20. Peterson Hotel Inc., has Earnings before interest and taxes(EBIT) of $9,827. If it has an interest expense of $477 and a net income of $6,481, what was Peterson Hotel?????s tax rate?;a. 33.00%;b. 35.00%;c. 27.55%;d. 30.68%;e. 34.90%
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