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Learning Objective
 To understand the concept of financial statements analysis with ratio analysis.
 To understand the way ratio analysis is conducted and ratios are interpreted.

Learning Outcomes
After attempting this assignment, the students would be able to understand:
 The concept ratio analysis within the domain of financial statement analysis.
 How to conduct ratio analysis and interpret the resulting figures.


Suppose, a construction firm is running a successful business in the market, however, complete information regarding its business operations and financial health is not available. Being a financial analyst, you intend to find some desired financial figures in order to be able to conduct an effective analysis of the firm’s financial health.

1. From the information given below, you need to determine the cost of goods sold of the firm using various ratios (Marks 3).

2. From the following information, you need to calculate receivable turnover ratio, days required to collect receivables and length of operating cycle (assume 365 days in a year) (Marks 4).

Current ratio
Quick ratio
Current liabilities
Rs. 300,000
Inventory turnover
2 times

3. Give logical interpretation of the inventory turnover ratio of the firm, if the inventory turnover in construction industry is “9.9”. Give reasons. (Marks 3).

(Note: proper formulas; step-wise complete working is required to secure good marks)
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Opening accounts receivable
Closing accounts receivable
Net credit sales
Days required to sell inventory
55 days
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Current Ratio                         =          Current Asset

                                                            Current Liabilities

Quick Ratio                             =          Current Assets – (Inventory + Prepaid)

                                                                                    Current Liabilities

Inventory Turnover Ratio       =          Cost of Goods Sold               

                                                            Average Account Receivable

Receivable Turnover Ratio =                     Sales___

                                                               Account Receivable


Average Account Receivable  =  Opening accounts receivable + Closing accounts receivable / 2

Convert Inventory into Receivable         =     365 / Inventory Turnover Ratio

Inventory Turnover Ratio                           =      Cost of Goods Sold_______                        

                                                                            Average Inventory During the year

Plz discuss


These formulas will be used in the question

Please share idea for question # 1 how to solve it which formula will be use 

How to solve question # 1 i mean Current ratio minus  quick ratio and divided by current liabilities please tell me 

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