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How do you calculate the book value per share of common stock?
Total Common Stockholder’s Equity / Number of Common Shares
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Which of the following ratios is a measure of profitability, operating results, and efficiency? a. Rate of return on total assets b. Ratio of stockholders’ equity to total equities c. Inventory turnover d. Book value per share of common stock
a. Rate of return on total assets
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If a company only has common stock outstanding, book value per share is computed as total stockholders’ equity divided by the number of common stock shares outstanding.