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STOCK SPLIT After a 5-for-1 stock split, Tyler Company paid a dividend of $1.15 per new share, which represents a 7% increase over last year’s pre-split dividend. What was last year’s dividend per share?

Summary Introduction

To calculate: Last year’s dividend per share.

Introduction:

Stock Split:

Stock split implies an rise in the number of shares that are outstanding and decrease in the face value of share. Share capital remains the same even if the number of shares increases after stock split.

Explanation

Calculate equivalent pre split dividend.

Given,

Dividend per share is $1.15.

Split ratio is 5 for 1.

Formula to calculate equivalent pre split dividend,

Equivalentpresplitdividend=Dividend×Splitratio

Substitute $1.15 for dividend per share and 51 for split ratio.

Equivalentpresplitdividend=$1.15×51=$5.75

So, the equivalent pre split dividend is $5.75.

Calculate last year’s dividend.

New equivalent dividend is $5.75 (calculated above).

Growth rate of dividend is 7% or 0.07 (given)

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