ACCT II, Managerial Accounting

1. Common-size analysis of company''s income statement, Balance sheet
2. Horizontal analysis of company''s income and balance sheet
: for the last two years for both
3.perform ratio analysis using provided ratios

I must transfer to excel with formulas
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