For each of the independent scenarios, indicate the type of responsibility center involved (cost, revenue, profit, or investment).
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Cornerstone Exercise 12-13 (Algorithmic)
East Mullett Manufacturing earned operating income last year as shown in the following income statement:
At the beginning of the year, the value of operating assets was $390,000. At the end of the year, the value of operating assets was $460,000.
For East Mullett Manufacturing, calculate the following:
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Pelak Company had sales of $30,000,000, expenses of $27,600,000, and average operating assets of $6,000,000.
1. Compute the operating income.
2. Compute the margin (as a percent) and turnover ratio.
3. Compute the ROI as a percent.
Exercise 12-21 (Algorithmic)
Park Company provided the following income statement for last year:
At the beginning of last year, Park had $38,650 in operating assets. At the end of the year, Park had $41,350 in operating assets.
Compute ROI. Do not round interim calculations, but do round your final answer to two decimal places. If required, use a minus sign to indicate a negative ROI.
ROI = _________________ %
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Data follow for the Construction Division of D. Jack Inc.:
Round all answers to two decimal places.
1. Compute the margin (as a percent) and turnover ratios for each year.
2. Compute the ROI as a percent for the Construction Division for each year.
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