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Question 1:

The fundamental mathematical formula of any balance sheet is ...

The fundamental mathematical formula of any balance sheet is ...Assets = Liabilities + Equity

Question 2:

What are the six key measures of a balance sheet statement?

What are the six key measures of a balance sheet statement?Cash, current assets, total assets, current liabilities, total liabilities, shareholder's equity.

Question 3:

How are assets listed?

How are assets listed?From the most liquid in the beginning to the least.

Question 4:

What are current assets?

What are current assets?Those that should be converted into cash within 12 months.

Question 5:

How is "return on assets" measured?

How is "return on assets" measured?By dividing net income by total assets, thus measuring a company's overall productivity.

Qustion 6:

How are liabilities listed?

How are liabilities listed?In order of those due first through those due last. Current liabilities are due within 12 months.

Question 7:

How do you calculate current ratio?

How do you calculate current ratio?Dividing current assets by current liabilities, thus indicating liquidity.

Question 8:

How is the debt-to-equity ratio defined?

How is the debt-to-equity ratio defined?It's the amount of debt used to finance the growth of a company over time in relation to its overall equity.

Question 9:

What are two common terms for shareholder's equity?