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Cost of goods sold divided by average inventory is the formula to compute:

a. gross profit percentage. c. inventory turnover.

b. return on sales percentage. d. accounts receivable turnover.

To determine

The formula used to compute the cost of goods sold divided by average inventory.

Explanation

The formula used to compute the cost of goods sold divided by average inventory is Inventory turnover ratio.

Average inventory is calculated by (opening Inventory + closing inventory)/ 2

Cost of goods sold = Opening stock + Purchases − closing ...

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