# Finance questions

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years:

Net Working Capital

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

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Question 24 pts

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years:

Net Operating Working Capital

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Tip: Use the formula NOWC = (Total Current Assets – Excess Cash) – (Total Current Liabilities – Short-Term Interest-Bearing Liabilities) and assume that Home Depot’s large cash holdings are not held for operating purposes and it’s all excess cash.

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Question 34 pts

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years:

After Tax Operating Income

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Tip: use the effective tax rates from the notes to the financials

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Question 44 pts

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the indicated fiscal year:

Free Cash Flow

FYE 2/3/19

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Question 56 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

1) Current Ratio (x)

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Better/Worse

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Question 66 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

2) Quick Ratio (x)

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Better/Worse

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Question 76 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

3) Inventory Turnover(x)

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Better/Worse

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Question 86 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

4) Days Sales Outstanding (Days)

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Better/Worse

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Question 96 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

5) Fixed Asset Turnover (x)

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Better/Worse

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Question 106 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

6) Total Asset Turnover (x)

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Better/Worse

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Question 116 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

7) Total Debt to Total Capital (%)

FYE  1/28/18            %

FYE 2/3/19               %

Better/Worse

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Question 126 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

8) Times Interest Earned (x)

FYE  1/28/18

FYE 2/3/19

Better/Worse

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Question 136 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

9) Operating Profit Margin (%)

FYE  1/28/18    %

FYE 2/3/19   %

Better/Worse

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Question 146 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

10) Net Profit Margin (%)

FYE  1/28/18            %

FYE 2/3/19   %

Better/Worse

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Question 156 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

11) Return on Assets (%)

FYE  1/28/18    %

FYE 2/3/19               %

Better/Worse

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Question 166 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

12) Return on Common Equity (%)

FYE  1/28/18    %

FYE 2/3/19               %

Better/Worse

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Question 176 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

13) Return on Invested Capital (%)

FYE  1/28/18    %

FYE 2/3/19               %

Better/Worse

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Question 186 pts

Ratio Analysis

Based on the financial statements of Home Depot for the fiscal year that ended February 3, 2019, calculate the following ratios for the last two fiscal years and indicate whether they are getting better or worse:

14) Basic Earning Power (%)

FYE  1/28/18    %

FYE 2/3/19               %

Better/Worse

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