Calculate the receivable turnover ratio, Cost Accounting

Presented here is the basic financial information from the 2009 annual reports of Intel and Advanced Micro Devces (AMD), the two primary manufacturers of silicon chips for personal computers.

(in millions)

Intel

AMD

Sales

$35,127

$5,403

Allowance for doubtful accounts, Jan 1

17

8

Allowance for doubtful accounts, Dec 31

19

7

Accounts receivable balance (gross), Jan 1

1,729

328

Accounts receivable balance (gross) Jan 31

2,292

752

Instructions

Calculate the receivable turnover ratio and average collection period for both companies.

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