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Calculate the missing balance sheet items for Exercise 9, The Home Depot; Exercise 10, Amazon.com; and Exercise 11, Gap. Complete each company's column; then move on to the next column.

THE BALANCE SHEET (in millions)

Company Date Amazon.com, Inc. December 31, 2013
Current Assets $24,625
Fixed and Other Assets—net 40,159
Total Assets 22,980
Current Liabilities 30,413
Long-Term and Other Liabilities
Total Liabilities
Stockholders' Equity

To determine

To calculate: The fixed and other assets, long term and other liabilities and stockholder’s equity for Amazon.com if current assets is $24,625, total assets is $40,159, current liabilities is $22,980 and total liabilities is $30,413.

Explanation

Given Information:

The Amazon.com’s current assets is $24,625, total assets is $40,159, current liabilities is $22,980 and total liabilities is $30,413.

Formula used:

The equation for fixed and other assets is computed by subtracting current assets from total asset.

Fixed and other assets=Total AssetCurrent assets

The equation for long term and other liabilities is computed by subtracting current liabilities from total liabilities.

Long term and other liabilities=Total liabilitiesCurrent liabilities

The equation for stockholder’s equity is computed by subtracting total liabilities from total assets.

Stockholder’s equity=Total assetTotal liabilities

Calculation:

Consider Amazon.com’s current assets is $24,625, total assets is $40,159, current liabilities is $22,980 and total liabilities is $30,413.

Compute fixed and other assets by substituting current assets to $24,625 and total assets to $40,159

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