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Marlboro Corporation has 9% convertible preferred stock outstanding. It declared preferred dividends of $5,625 during the year. The preferred shares are convertible into 4,500 shares of common stock. Compute the impact of these convertible preferred shares on Marlboro’s diluted earnings per share.

To determine

Calculate the impact of the convertible preference shares on Company M diluted earnings per share.

Explanation

Earnings per share (EPS):

The amount of net income available to each shareholder per common share outstanding is referred to as earnings per share (EPS).

Calculate the impact of the convertible preference shares on Company M diluted earnings per share.

Impact of 9% convertible perference shares =Preference dividendsPerference shares conv

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