# I have posted this so many times and still, no one can solve it correctly. Where are the real people

I have posted this so many times and still, no one can solve it correctly. Where are the real people who know their accounting? You cannot say denominator divided by the numerator. It is frustrating to pay for a service and get wrong answers multiple times. Please help!!

2a. For both companies compute the (a) profit margin ratio, (b) total asset turnover, (c) return on total assets, and (d) return on common stockholders’ equity. Assuming that share and each company’s stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their (e) price-earnings ratios and (f) dividend yields. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) Dropdown menu options numerator and denominator are accounts receivable, current assets, current liabilities, net income, net sales, accounts receivable (net), average accounts receivable (net), cost of goods sold, average total assets, average total liabilities, end of year total assets, net loss, preferred dividends, average common stockholder's equity, end of year common stockholders equity, market price per common share, earnings per share, annual cash dividends per share,

2b. Identify which company’s stock you would recommend as the better investment. Barco or Kyan?

Required information Problem 13-5A Comparative ratio analysis LO A1, P3 [The following information applies to the questions displayed below.] Summary information from the financial statements of two companies competing in the same industry follows. Barco Kyan Company Company Data from the current year-end balance sheets Assets Cash $ 21,000 $ 35,000 Accounts receivable, net 33,400 55,400 Merchandise inventory 84,849 138,500 Prepaid expenses 5,700 7,400 Plant assets, net 330,000 307,400 Total assets $474,940 $543,700 Barco Kyan Company Company Data from the current year's income statement Sales $760,000 $884,200 Cost of goods sold 596,100 644.500 Interest expense 8,880 17,000 Income tax expense 14,608 24 410 Net income 140,492 198,290 Basic earnings per share 3.19 4.81 Cash dividends per share 3.80 3.99 Liabilities and Equity Current liabilities Long-term notes payable Common stock, $5 par value Retained earnings Total liabilities and equity $ 66,340 $ 99,300 79,800 105,000 220,000 206,000 108,800 133,400 $ 474,940 $543,780 Beginning-of-year balance sheet data Accounts receivable, net Merchandise inventory Total assets Common stock, $5 par value Retained earnings $ 27,800 $ 52,200 57,600 109,400 418,000 372.500 220,000 286,000 135,508 99,498 Problem 13-5A Part 2 2a. For both companies compute the (a) profit margin ratio, (b) total asset turnover, (C) return on total assets, and (c) return on common stockholders' equity. Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their (e) price- earnings ratios and ( dividend yields. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) 2b. Identify which company's stock you would recommend as the better investment. Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. 2A Price Earn 2a Div Yield Ratio Reg 28 2A Ret On 2A Pro Marg 2A Tot Asset 2A Ret on Tot Com Stock Ratio Assets Equity For both companies compute the total asset turnover < Prey 2 of 2 Next > Problem 13-5A Part 2 2a. For both companies compute the (a) profit margin ratio. (b) total asset turnover, (return on total assets, and (d) return on common stockholders' equity. Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their (e) price- earnings ratios and dividend yields. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) 2b. Identify which company's stock you would recommend as the better investment. Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. 2A Pro Marg Ratio 2A Tot Asset Turn 2A Price Eam 2A Ret on Tot Assets 2A Ret On Com Stock Equity A Div Yield Ratio Req 2B For both companies compute the total asset turnover (b) Company Choose Numerator: Net sales Barco Total Asset Turnover Choose Denominator: Average total assets Total Asset Turnover Total asset turnover 0 times 0 times Kyan < 2A Pro Marg Ratio 2A Ret on Tot Assets > TUNIEM 15-JA Part 2 Ca. For both companies compute the (a) profit margin ratio. (b) total asset turnover, return on total assets, and (d) return on common tockholders' equity. Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their (e) price- earnings ratios and ( dividend yields. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) 2b. Identify which company's stock you would recommend as the better investment. Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. Req 28 2A Pro Marg 2A Tot Asset 2A Ret on Tot 2A Retom 2A Price Earn Ratio 2A Div Yield Com Stock Turn Assets Equity For both companies compute the return on common stockholders' equity. (d) Company Choose Numerator: Return On Common Stockholders' Equity Choose Denominator Return On Common Stockholders' Equity Return On common stockholders' equity Barco Kyan < 2A Ret on Tot Assets 2A Price Eam Ratio > rodiem 13-5A Part 2 a. For both companies compute the (a) profit margin ratio, (b) total asset turnover. (C) return on total assets, and (c) return on common tockholders' equity. Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their (e) price- carnings ratios and ( dividend yields. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) 2b. Identify which company's stock you would recommend as the better investment Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. 2A Price Earn m Ratio 2A Div Yield Req 2B 2A Pro Marg 2A Tot Asset 2A Ref on Tot + 2A Ret On Ratio Assets Com Stock Equity For both companies compute the return on total assets. Turn Return on Total Assets 1 Choose Denominator: Company Choose Numerator: Return on Total Assets Return on total assets Barco Kyan < 2A Tot Asset Tum 2A Ret On Com Stock Equity > 6 Accounts receivable.net Merchandise inventory Prepaid expenses plant assets. net Total assets $ 21,000 $ 35,000 33,400 55,400 84,840 138,500 5,700 7,400 330,000 307, 400 $474,940 $543,700 Uta from the current year's income statement Sales Cost of goods sold $760,000 Interest expense 596,100 Income tax expense 8,800 Net income 14,608 Basic earnings per share 140,492 Cash dividends per share 3.19 3.80 19 Liabilities and Equity Current liabilities Long-term notes payable Common stock, 55 par value Retained earnings Total liabilities and equity $ 66,340 $ 99,300 79,800 105,000 220,000 206,000 108,800 133,400 $474,940 $543,700 Beginning-of-year balance sheet data Accounts receivable, net Merchandise inventory Total assets Common stock, $5 par value Retained earnings $ 27,800 $ 52 57,600 109, 418,000 372 220,000 206, 135,508 99,4 Problem 13-5A Part 2 2a. For both companies compute the (a) profit margin ratio. (b) total asset turnover, (c) return on total assets, and (d) return on common stockholders' equity. Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their (e) price- earnings ratios and 1 dividend yields. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) 2b. Identify which company's stock you would recommend as the better investment. Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. 2A Ret On A Price Earn B 2A Div Yield Req 2B 2A Pro Marg 2A Tot Asset 2A Ret on Tot Ratio Turn Assets Com Stock Ratio Equity Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their price-earnings ratios. Price-Earnings Ratio 1 Choose Denominator: Company Choose Numerator: = Price-Earnings Ratio Price-earnings ratio times Barco Kyan times < 2A Ret On Com Stock Equity 2A Div Yield > Data fro the current year and balance sheets Assets Se Accounts receivable, net Merchandise inventory Prepaid expenses plant assets, net Total assets Data from the current year's income statement Sales Cost of goods sold $76, Interest expense Income tax expense et income Basic earnings per share 140,4 Cast adderds per sece 5 21,899 S 35,888 33,480 55,400 34,349 133,582 5,788 7,2 338,390 387,00 5474,999 559,789 596, 3. Liabilities and Equity Current liabilities Long-ters notes payable Common stock, $5 par value Retained earnings Total liabilities and equity 5 56,359 5 99,332 79,839 185,000 228,656 225,880 198,52 33.5 Sec r ear balance sheet data Segouets neces, et carcise center Come sto 55 ac value $ 27.80 57,600 418,000 220,000 135,508 Problem 13-5A Part 2 20. For both companies compute the (a) profit margin rato. O total assemover to return on total assets, and to return on comm stockholders' equity. Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 pershare, compute their earnings ratios and dividend yields. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) price- 2b. Identify which company's stock you would recommend as the better investment Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below. 2A Pro Marg Ratio 2A Tot Asset Turn 2A Ret on Tot Assets 2A Ret On Com Stock Equity 2A Price Eam Ratio 2A Div Yield Reg 28 Assuming that share and each company's stock can be purchased at $85 per share, compute their dividend yields. Dividend Yield Choose Denominator. Company Choose Numerator: = 1 = Dividend Yield Dividend yield Barco Kyan < 2A Price Earn Ratio Req 2B > Prow 2 2 2 Next