Calculate the inventory turnover ratio, Cost Accounting

The following information is available for the automotive division of Ford Motor Company for 2009.  The company uses the LIFO inventory method.

                                    (in thousands)                  2010

                                    Beginning                    $ 39,121

                                    Ending Inventory           48,649

                                    LIFO reserve                29,652

                                    Current Assets             291,033

                                    Current Liabilities          89,504

                                    Cost of Goods Sold     381,813

                                    Sales                            486,217

Instructions

(a) Calculate the inventory turnover ratio and days in inventory.

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