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Section ### Contemporary Mathematics for Busin...

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Textbook Problem

# In vertical analysis of a balance sheet, each figure on the statement is expressed as a percent of_________ ___________. (15-2)

To determine

To fill: The blanks provided for the statement, “In a vertical analysis of a balance sheet, each figure on the statement is expressed as a percent of ________.”

Explanation

Consider that the given information is based on vertical analysis of a balance sheet.

Balance sheet can be defined as a statement that provides a summary of the assets, liabilities and the owner’s equity in an organization on a particular date.

Balance sheet can organize the assets and liabilities of an entity in various subcategories. It can be showed in vertical and horizontal format.

In a vertical balance sheet, every item that is displayed is the relative size of the different accounts...

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