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21. The quick ratio decreases when the adjusting entry to record bad debt expense is recorded. 
22. A very high current ratio and low quick ratio may indicate the company is not collecting its accounts receivables in a timely manner. 
23. The inventory turnover ratio is significantly affected by the choice of inventory accounting method. 
24. The cash coverage ratio measures a firm's ability to pay its current liabilities with its cash flows from operating activities. 
25. The price earnings ratio is affected by the amount of risk that investors are willing to take. 
26. The debt to equity ratio is a risk measure used by both investors and lenders. 
27. The dividend yield ratio decreases when earnings per share increases. 
28. Many companies use high levels of debt to finance their assets because of financial leverage benefits provided to investors when return on assets exceeds the after tax cost of interest. 
29. Dividend yield is calculated by dividing dividends per share by earnings per share and measures the current dividend return to investors. 
30. A high price earnings ratio usually indicates the market is optimistic about the company's future earnings potential. 
 

 

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