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Hello, it's me again! I have already completed most of this assignment however, can you tweek it a bit? Also, I was having a hard time finding the last question. Thanks in advance!

https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1001039/000100103915000255/fy2015_q4x10k.htm

SEC 10K: Balance Sheet Week 3

https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1001039/000100103915000255/fy2015_q4x10k.htm#sE578B5B

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Amounts are in millions

What were total current assets? \$16,758

What were total current liabilities? \$16,334

What were total assets and total stockholder's equity (deficit)? \$88,182/\$44,525

Calculate Working Capital (Current Assets ­ Current Liabilities = Working Capital) and describe

how it changed by from last year. Working Capital: \$424,000 Last Year?s working capital: 1,877,000=1.4

million difference.

If the company has treasury stock, is it increasing or decreasing in value? Remember that the

normal balance for treasury stock is a negative value (debit balance). Increased in value about by about

\$6million. They seem to be undervalued for the time being. I assume there will be a price rise soon, and

the numbers will look better.

What is the value for Other Comprehensive Net Income (or net loss), accumulated deficit, and /or

Retained Earnings. How are these values changing?

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