# Algebraic Equations Examples Label

## Equation ExamplesEquation Examples

Accounting / July 28, 2018 / Holly Mercer

The cash flows from operating activities section comes first and tells you how much cash the company generated from its core business, as opposed to peripheral activities such as investing...

## Ratio ExamplesRatio Examples

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Pearl Bailey

Current Assets represents those assets which can be easily transformed into cash within one year. On the other hand, current liabilities refers to those obligations which are to be paid...

## Recognition ExamplesRecognition Examples

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Sharon Hardin

A positive net interest margin indicates that an entity has invested its funds efficiently while a negative return implies that the bank or investment firm has not invested efficiently. In...

## Logistic Regression ExampleLogistic Regression Example

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Khloe Santiago

### Year To Date Profit And Loss StatementYear To Date Profit And Loss Statement

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Holly Mercer

This means that you divide net sales, from the income statement, from the inventory figure on the balance sheet and you get a number that is a number of times....

#### Exponential Functions ExamplesExponential Functions Examples

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Khloe Santiago

Accounts payable turnover ratio (also known as creditors turnover ratio or creditorsâ€™ velocity) is computed by dividing the net credit purchases by average accounts payable. It measures the number of...

##### Earning StatementEarning Statement

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Pearl Bailey

Banks are keenly interested in their net interest margins because they lend at one rate and pay depositors at another. However, comparisons between net interest margins of different banks are...

###### Example Of ProjectionExample Of Projection

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Pearl Bailey

Accounts payable turnover ratio (also known as creditors turnover ratio or creditorsâ€™ velocity) is computed by dividing the net credit purchases by average accounts payable. It measures the number of...