Calculate the total cash flow, Financial Accounting

Oswald Corporation reported the following information on operations for 2009:

Revenue = $2,000

Cost of goods sold = $850

Operating expenses =$395

Depreciation =$248

Tax rate =34%

(a) What was Oswald's cash flow from operations?

Oswald also reported that the book value of its fixed capital decreased by $125 from 2008 to 2009. Furthermore, its net working capital increased by $73 between 2008 and 2009

(b) What was Oswald's total cash flow for 2009?

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