# Business Finance - Business Finance Section 2

>>>>>>>>Business Finance Section 2

• A

Long term loan capital  • B

Dividend  • C

Short term loan capital  • D

Profit  • A

(Dividend Per Share/Earnings Per Share )x 100  • B

Net Profit x/Dividend x 100  • C

Share/Net Profit x 100  • D

Earnings Per Share/Dividend Per Share x 100  • Option : A
• Explanation : The payout ratio is commonly calculated in one of two ways, either on a total basis, in which case the ratio is calculated by dividing the total amount of dividends paid out by the company's total net income, or on a per-share basis where the formula used is dividends per share divided by earnings per share

• A

Rate of Dividend/Net Proceeds x 100  • B

Rate of Dividend/Net Proceeds with Cash x 100  • C

Net Proceeds/Capital  • D

Dividend/Profit  • A

Brokerage payable on investment of dividend received  • B

Income tax rate of an individual shareholder  • C

The dividend which would be distributed as an alternate to retained earnings  • D

All of the above  • A

Variance  • B

Beta  • C

Standard deviation  • D

Correlation  