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Liquidity and Gearing Ratios Test. This test consists of 10 questions designed to test your understanding of liquidity and borrowing ratios. The ratios tested are Current Ratio , Acid Test Ratio and Gearing Ratio

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Liquidity and gearing ratios test
Liquidity and Gearing Ratios Test

This test consists of 10 questions designed to test your understanding of liquidity and borrowing ratios. The ratios tested are Current Ratio , Acid Test Ratio and Gearing Ratio

The links provide you with a choice of answer, along with explanations and solutions.

You will need a calculator to complete this test.


Question 1
Question 1.

A firm has a Current Ratio of 6.5 : 1. Is this likely to indicate

a. over investment in current assets

b. a high level of current liabilities

c. a high level of gearing


Your answer is correct. Too high a level

( above 2.5 :1), indicates perhaps too much cash tied up in current assets.


Current Ratio measures liquidity of a business. If current liabilities are proportionately high, this indicates a ratio in balance, around 1:1


Current ratio does not mention gearing, but looks at short term liabilities, and current assets.


Question 2
Question 2. term liabilities, and current assets.

A firm has a gearing level of 80%. Does this indicate.

A. A relatively low level of borrowing

B. A high level of liquid assets

C. A high proportion of long term liabilities


80% indicates a relatively high proportion term liabilities, and current assets.

of funding from long term liabilities


Liquid assets are measured by current ratio or acid term liabilities, and current assets.

test ratio.


Correct. Borrowing makes up a relatively high term liabilities, and current assets.

proportion of funds invested in the business,


Question 3
Question 3. term liabilities, and current assets.

A firm has an Acid Test Ratio of 0.3: 1. Does this indicate

A. A high level of liquidity

B. A low level of working capital.

C. Effective management of stock


An Acid Test Ratio of 1:1 is regarded as term liabilities, and current assets.

normal for many types of business

Try again


Correct. term liabilities, and current assets.


Stock is excluded from current assets when term liabilities, and current assets.

calculating ATR!

Try again


Question 4
Question 4. term liabilities, and current assets.

A firm has a gearing ratio of 75% . This might be expected when

A. Most funds come from shareholders

B. The firm has borrowed to expand

C. ROCE is high


W term liabilities, and current assets. rong.

Try again


Try again term liabilities, and current assets.


Correct. term liabilities, and current assets.


Question 5
Question 5. term liabilities, and current assets.

Which of the following defines Gearing?

A. The proportion of a companies profits that arise from granting of credit.

B. The proportion of a companies capital that is financed by borrowing.


Wrong. B was the correct solution. term liabilities, and current assets.


Correct. term liabilities, and current assets.


Question 6
Question 6. term liabilities, and current assets.

A firm has a Current Ratio of 0.5 to 1. How might this affect its payment relationship with its suppliers?

A. It may try to delay payments

B. It will be eager to pay suppliers quickly


Correct. term liabilities, and current assets.


Wrong. term liabilities, and current assets.


Wrong term liabilities, and current assets. .. Try again


Question 7
Question 7. term liabilities, and current assets.

Which of the following explains why stock is removed from current ratio to calculate ATR?

A.Stock may already be ear-marked for a specific buyer

B.Stock is not a fully liquid asset, it may be hard to turn into cash.


Wrong. B was the correct answer, term liabilities, and current assets.

remember stock will include work in progress

as well as raw materials.


Correct, this is because stock term liabilities, and current assets.

will include work in progress

as well as raw materials.


Question 8
Question 8. term liabilities, and current assets.

A firm has current assets of £78,000 and current liabilities of £65,000. What is the firms current ratio?

A. 1 : 1.2

B. 1.2 : 1

C. £13,000


Wrong. You have reversed the figures. term liabilities, and current assets.

Try again


Correct. term liabilities, and current assets.


Wrong. term liabilities, and current assets.

The formula is

Current Assets to Current Liabilities

Try again


Question 9
Question 9. term liabilities, and current assets.

A firm has current assets of £127,000, stock of £58,000 and other current liabilities of £94,000. What is the firms ATR?

A. 0.83: 1

B. 1.96 : 1

C. 1.35 : 1


Wrong. term liabilities, and current assets.

Try again


Wrong. You have added stock to term liabilities, and current assets. CA.

Try again


Correct. term liabilities, and current assets.


Question 10
Question 10. term liabilities, and current assets.

A firm has LTL of £389,000 and capital employed of £1,290,000. What is the firms gearing ratio ratio?

A. 25.6%

B. 42.3%

C. 30.1%


Wrong. term liabilities, and current assets.


Wrong term liabilities, and current assets. .

.


Correct. term liabilities, and current assets.


You have now completed the test. For further term liabilities, and current assets.

more detailed revision please use the case studies on

the NGFL web site


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