Define each of the following as a SOURCE or USE of cash? Increase in Accounts Receivable: Decrease in Notes Payable: Decrease in Inventory: Increase in Accounts Payable: Granting credit to a customer: Increase in Common Stock: What was Plyler’s Quick Ratio at the end of 2015? Quick ratio = ($24,700 cash + $56,700 AR) / $134,700 AP = 0.60 What was Plyler’s Debt to Equity Ratio at the end of 2015? (Exclude AP from Debt) What was Plyler’s Times Interest Earned Ratio in 2015? Assuming that all Plyler’s sales are on credit, how many days, on average, did it take the firm to sell its inventory in 2015? (For balance sheet accounts, use the average of the beginning and end-of-year balances). Assuming that all Plyler’s sales are on credit, what was the company’s Days Sales Outstanding in 2015? (For balance sheet accounts, use the average of the beginning and end-of-year balances). Starting with Net Income, show the calculation of Cash Flow from Operations for Plyler for 2015? What was Plyler’s Equity Multiplier for 2015? What was Plyler’s Return on Equity in 2015 (For balance sheet accounts, use the average of the beginning and end-of-year balances)? If Plyler had 100,000 common shares outstanding during 2015 and its stock is currently worth $43.56 per share, what is the firm’s Price : Earnings (PE) ratio? If Plyler projects 2016 sales to increase by 15% over 2015, its after-tax profit margin to remain the same, and anticipates a 30% dividend payout ratio, what are its projected retained earnings by the end of 2016? Assuming that Plyler’s net working capital varies directly with sales, based on a 15% sales increase in 2016, what is the projected (or pro forma) accounts receivable balance at the end of 2016? If Plyler projects that by the end of 2015, it was operating at 70% of capacity, what is its full level capacity of sales? Stop and Shop Supermarkets has a 4.5% profit margin and a 15% dividend payout ratio. The total asset turnover is 1.6 and its debt-equity ratio is 0.6. What is its sustainable rate of growth? Merrick Town Bagel has a 9% percent return on assets and a 75% percent retention ratio. What is its internal growth rate?