Calculate the firms operating and cash cycles
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Using the information below, calculate the firm’s operating and cash cycles.

Beginning ,Ending

Inventory $111,500, $112,500

A/R $16,500, $16,800

A/P $18,700 , $19,100

Cost of Goods Sold $175,000


Credit Sales $195,000

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