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Vertical analysis of income statement The following data (in millions) are taken from recent financial statements of Nike Inc.: a. Determine the amount of change (in millions) and percent of change in net income for Year 2. Round to one decimal place. b. Determine the percentage relationship between net income and net sales (net income divided by net sales) for Year 2 and Year 1. Round to one decimal place. c. What conclusions can you draw from your analysis?

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ISBN: 9781285743615

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Chapter 3, Problem 3.28EX
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Vertical analysis of income statement

The following data (in millions) are taken from recent financial statements of Nike Inc.:

Chapter 3, Problem 3.28EX, Vertical analysis of income statement The following data (in millions) are taken from recent

a. Determine the amount of change (in millions) and percent of change in net income for Year 2. Round to one decimal place.

b. Determine the percentage relationship between net income and net sales (net income divided by net sales) for Year 2 and Year 1. Round to one decimal place.

c. What conclusions can you draw from your analysis?

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