# Market Value Per Share Formula

Finance / July 18, 2018 / Alejandra Tanner

The days sales in inventory calculation, also called days inventory outstanding or simply days in inventory, measures the number of days it will take a company to sell all of its inventory. In other words, the days sales in inventory ratio shows how many days a company’s current stock of inventory will last.

### Marginal Product Formula

#### Cost Of Goods Sold Formula

##### Target Net Income Formula
###### Economic Order Quantity Formula

Oftentimes, a personal loan is an unsecured loan. That is, the loan is made purely on the basis of the borrower's trustworthiness, and not secured by some form of collateral. Car loans are different in that they are almost always secured loans, whose collateral is the vehicle itself. And that means that if the borrower fails to make his or her payments, the vehicle will be repossessed and sold to pay off the loan debt.

Debt is one part of a firm’s capital structure. A firm uses various bonds, loans and other forms of debt, so cost of debt is the rate paid by the firm to use this debt as a means of finance. Multiplying the before-tax rate (by one, minus the marginal tax rate) gives the after-tax rate. This measure gives the investors an idea of the riskiness of the firm compared to others in the industry. A firm with a higher risk profile will have a higher cost of debt, so the cost of borrowing decreases as debts become safer.

Discount refers to the condition of the price of a bond that is lower than the face value. The discount equals the difference between the price paid for and it’s par value. Discount is a kind of reduction or deduction in the cost price of a product. It is mostly used in consumer transactions, where people are provided with discounts on various products.

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## Total Expenses Formula

### Simple Annual Interest Formula

#### Cpm Formula

##### Supply And Demand Formula
###### Straight Line Formula

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