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Tying Ratios Together Questions and Answers : Quiz 143

MCQ 711:

An equity multiplier is multiplied to return on assets to calculate

1. return on assets
2. return on multiplier
3. return on turnover
4. return on stock
MCQ 712:

A type of project whose cash flows would not depend on each other is classified as

1. project net gain
2. independent projects
3. dependent projects
4. net value projects
MCQ 713:

The third factor in the Fama French three factor model is the ratio which is classified as

1. book to market ratio
2. market to book ratio
3. company to industry ratio
4. stock to portfolio ratio
MCQ 714:

The net present value, profitability index, payback and discounted payback are the methods to

1. evaluate cash flow
2. evaluate projects
3. evaluate budgeting
4. evaluate equity
MCQ 715:

An actual rate of return is subtracted from expected growth rate then it is divided from dividend stockholders expect use for calculating

1. dividend growth model
2. actual growth model
3. constant growth model
4. variable growth model