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Essentials Of Corporate Finance 8th Edition By Westerfield Ross  Test Bank

 

Chapter 02

Financial Statements, Taxes, and Cash Flow

 

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Net working capital is defined as:

A. the depreciated book value of a firms fixed assets.

 

B. the value of a firms current assets.

 

C. available cash minus current liabilities.

 

D. total assets minus total liabilities.

 

E. current assets minus current liabilities.

 

2. The accounting statement that measures the revenues, expenses, and net income of a firm over a period of time is called the:

A. statement of cash flows.

 

B. income statement.

 

C. GAAP statement.

 

D. balance sheet.

 

E. net working capital schedule.

 

3. The financial statement that summarizes a firms accounting value as of a particular date is called the:

A. income statement.

 

B. cash flow statement.

 

C. liquidity position.

 

D. balance sheet.

 

E. periodic operating statement.

 

4. Which one of the following decreases net income but does not affect the operating cash flow of a firm that owes no taxes for the current year?

A. Indirect cost

 

B. Direct cost

 

C. Noncash item

 

D. Period cost

 

E. Variable cost

 

5. Which one of the following terms is defined as the total tax paid divided by the total taxable income?

A. Average tax rate

 

B. Variable tax rate

 

C. Marginal tax rate

 

D. Absolute tax rate

 

E. Contingent tax rate

 

6. Which one of the following is the tax rate that applies to the next dollar of taxable income that a firm earns?

A. Average tax rate

 

B. Variable tax rate

 

C. Marginal tax rate

 

D. Absolute tax rate

 

E. Contingent tax rate

 

7. Cash flow from assets is defined as:

A. the cash flow to shareholders minus the cash flow to creditors.

 

B. operating cash flow plus the cash flow to creditors plus the cash flow to shareholders.

 

C. operating cash flow minus the change in net working capital minus net capital spending.

 

D. operating cash flow plus net capital spending plus the change in net working capital.

 

E. cash flow to shareholders minus net capital spending plus the change in net working capital.

 

8. Operating cash flow is defined as:

A. a firms net profit over a specified period of time.

 

B. the cash that a firm generates from its normal business activities.

 

C. a firms operating margin.

 

D. the change in the net working capital over a stated period of time.

 

E. the cash that is generated and added to retained earnings.

 

9. Which one of the following has nearly the same meaning as free cash flow?

A. Net income

 

B. Cash flow from assets

 

C. Operating cash flow

 

D. Cash flow to shareholders

 

E. Addition to retained earnings

 

10. Cash flow to creditors is defined as:

A. interest paid minus net new borrowing.

 

B. interest paid plus net new borrowing.

 

C. the operating cash flow minus net capital spending minus change in net working capital.

 

D. dividends paid plus net new borrowing.

 

E. cash flow from assets plus net new equity.

 

11. Cash flow to stockholders is defined as:

A. cash flow from assets plus cash flow to creditors.

 

B. operating cash flow minus cash flow to creditors.

 

C. dividends paid plus the change in retained earnings.

 

D. dividends paid minus net new equity raised.

 

E. net income minus the addition to retained earnings.

 

12. Which one of the following is an intangible fixed asset?

A. Inventory

 

B. Machinery

 

C. Copyright

 

D. Account receivable

 

E. Building

 

13. Delivery trucks are classified as:

A. noncash expenses.

 

B. current liabilities.

 

C. current assets.

 

D. tangible fixed assets.

 

E. intangible fixed assets.

 

14. Which one of the following is included in net working capital?

A. Land

 

B. Accounts payable

 

C. Equipment

 

D. Depreciation

 

E. Dividend

 

15. Over the past year, a firm decreased its current assets and increased its current liabilities. As a result, the firms net working capital:

A. had to increase.

 

B. had to decrease.

 

C. could have remained constant if the amount of the decrease in current assets equaled the amount of the increase in current liabilities.

 

D. could have either increased, decreased, or remained constant.

 

E. was unaffected as the changes occurred in the firms current accounts.

 

16. Which one of the following is included in net working capital?

A. Newly purchased equipment with a useful life of 6 years

 

B. Mortgage on a building payable over the next 12 years

 

C. Interest on a long-term debt

 

D. 10-year bonds issued to the general public

 

E. Invoice from a supplier for inventory purchased

 

17. Shareholders equity is equal to:

A. total assets plus total liabilities.

 

B. net fixed assets minus total liabilities.

 

C. net fixed assets minus long-term debt plus net working capital.

 

D. net working capital plus total assets.

 

E. total assets minus net working capital.

 

18. Which one of the following is an equity account?

A. Paid-in surplus

 

B. Bonds payable

 

C. Patent

 

D. Depreciation

 

E. Net fixed assets

 

19. Which one of the following statements is correct?

A. Shareholders equity is the residual value of a firm.

 

B. Net working capital must be a positive value.

 

C. An increase in cash reduces the liquidity of a firm.

 

D. Equipment is generally considered a highly liquid asset.

 

E. Depreciation increases total assets.

 

20. All else equal, an increase in which one of the following will decrease owners equity?

A. Increase in inventory

 

B. Increase in accounts payable

 

C. Increase in accounts receivable

 

D. Increase in net working capital

 

E. Increase in net fixed assets

 

21. Which one of the following will decrease the net working capital of a firm?

A. Obtaining a three-year loan and using the proceeds to buy inventory

 

B. Collecting a payment from a credit customer

 

C. Obtaining a five-year loan to buy equipment

 

D. Selling inventory at a profit

 

E. Making a payment on a long-term debt

 

22. Which one of the following will decrease the liquidity level of a firm?

A. Cash purchase of inventory

 

B. Credit sale of inventory

 

C. Cash sale of inventory

 

D. Collection of an account receivable

 

E. Proceeds from a long-term loan

 

23. Highly liquid assets:

A. increase the probability a firm will face financial distress.

 

B. appear on the right side of a balance sheet.

 

C. generally produce a high rate of return.

 

D. can be sold quickly at close to full value.

 

E. include all intangible assets.

 

24. Financial leverage:

A. increases as the net working capital increases.

 

B. is equal to the market value of a firm divided by the firms book value.

 

C. is inversely related to the level of debt.

 

D. is the ratio of a firms revenues to its fixed expenses.

 

E. increases the potential return to the shareholders.

 

25. Which one of the following statements concerning market and book values is correct?

A. The market value of accounts receivable is generally higher than the book value of those receivables.

 

B. The market value tends to provide a better guide to the actual worth of an asset than does the book value.

 

C. The market value of fixed assets will always exceed the book value of those assets.

 

D. Book values represent the amount of cash that will be received if an asset is sold.

 

E. The current book value of equipment purchased last year is equal to the initial cost of the equipment.

 

26. Which one of the following is included in the market value of a firm but not in the book value?

A. Raw materials

 

B. Partially built inventory

 

C. Tax liability

 

D. Reputation of the firm

 

E. Value of a partially depreciated machine

 

27. The market value of a firms fixed assets:

A. must exceed the book value of those assets.

 

B. is more predictable than the book value of those assets.

 

C. in addition to the firms net working capital reflects the true value of a firm.

 

D. is decreased annually by the depreciation expense.

 

E. is equal to the estimated current cash value of those assets.

 

28. Which one of the following statements is correct concerning a firms fixed assets?

A. The market value is the expected selling price in todays economy.

 

B. The market value is affected by the accounting method selected.

 

C. The market value is equal to the initial cost minus the depreciation to date.

 

D. The book value is equal to the market value minus the accumulated depreciation.

 

E. The book value is the greater of the initial cost or the current market value.

 

29. Which one of the following statements concerning the balance sheet is correct?

A. Total assets equal total liabilities minus total equity.

 

B. Net working capital is equal total assets minus total liabilities.

 

C. Assets are listed in descending order of liquidity.

 

D. Current assets are equal to total assets minus net working capital.

 

E. Shareholders equity is equal to net working capital minus net fixed assets plus long-term debt.

 

30. An income statement prepared according to GAAP:

A. reflects the net cash flows of a firm over a stated period of time.

 

B. reflects the financial position of a firm as of a particular date.

 

C. distinguishes variable costs from fixed costs.

 

D. records revenue when payment for a sale is received.

 

E. records expenses based on the matching principle.

 

31. An increase in which one of the following will increase net income?

A. Fixed costs

 

B. Depreciation

 

C. Marginal tax rate

 

D. Revenue

 

E. Dividends

 

32. Which two of the following determine when revenue is recorded on the financial statements based on the recognition principle?

I. Payment is collected for the sale of a good or service.
II. The earnings process is virtually complete.
III. The value of a sale can be reliably determined.
IV. The product is physically delivered to the buyer.

A. I and II only

 

B. I and IV only

 

C. II and III only

 

D. II and IV only

 

E. I and III only

 

33. Depreciation does which one of the following for a profitable firm?

A. Increases net income

 

B. Increases net fixed assets

 

C. Decreases net working capital

 

D. Lowers taxes

 

E. Has no effect on net income

 

34. The recognition principle states that:

A. costs should be recorded on the income statement whenever those costs can be reliably determined.

 

B. costs should be recorded when paid.

 

C. the costs of producing an item should be recorded when the sale of that item is recorded as revenue.

 

D. sales should be recorded when the payment for that sale is received.

 

E. sales should be recorded when the earnings process is virtually completed and the value of the sale can be determined.

 

35. The matching principle states that:

A. costs should be recorded on the income statement whenever those costs can be reliably determined.

 

B. costs should be recorded when paid.

 

C. the costs of producing an item should be recorded when the sale of that item is recorded as revenue.

 

D. sales should be recorded when the payment for that sale is received.

 

E. sales should be recorded when the earnings process is virtually completed and the value of the sale can be determined.

 

36. Which one of the following statements related to the income statement is correct?

A. Depreciation has no effect on taxes.

 

B. Interest paid is a noncash item.

 

C. Taxable income must be a positive value.

 

D. Net income is distributed either to dividends or retained earnings.

 

E. Taxable income plus interest and depreciation equals earnings before interest and taxes.

 

37. Firms that compile financial statements according to GAAP:

A. record income and expenses at the time they affect the firms cash flows.

 

B. have no discretion over the timing of recording either revenue or expense items.

 

C. must record all expenses when incurred.

 

D. can still manipulate their earnings to some degree.

 

E. record both income and expenses as soon as the amount for each can be ascertained.

 

38. The concept of marginal taxation is best exemplified by which one of the following?

A. Kirbys paid $120,000 in taxes while its primary competitor paid only $80,000 in taxes.

 

B. Johnsons Retreat paid only $45,000 on total revenue of $570,000 last year.

 

C. Mitchells Grocer increased its sales by $52,000 last year and had to pay an additional $16,000 in taxes.

 

D. Burlington Centre paid no taxes last year due to carryforward losses.

 

E. The Blue Moon paid $2.20 in taxes for every $10 of revenue last year.

 

39. The corporate tax structure in the U.S. is based on a:

A. maximum tax rate of 38 percent.

 

B. minimum tax rate of 10 percent.

 

C. flat rate of 34 percent for the highest income earners.

 

D. flat-rate tax.

 

E. modified flat-rate tax.

 

40. Which one of the following will increase the cash flow from assets for a tax-paying firm, all else constant?

A. An increase in net capital spending

 

B. A decrease in the cash flow to creditors

 

C. An increase in depreciation

 

D. An increase in the change in net working capital

 

E. A decrease in dividends paid

 

41. A negative cash flow to stockholders indicates a firm:

A. had a negative cash flow from assets.

 

B. had a positive cash flow to creditors.

 

C. paid dividends that exceeded the amount of the net new equity.

 

D. repurchased more shares than it sold.

 

E. received more from selling stock than it paid out to shareholders.

 

42. If a firm has a negative cash flow from assets every year for several years, the firm:

A. may be continually increasing in size.

 

B. must also have a negative cash flow from operations each year.

 

C. is operating at a high level of efficiency.

 

D. is repaying debt every year.

 

E. has annual net losses.

 

43. An increase in which one of the following will increase operating cash flow for a profitable, tax-paying firm?

A. Fixed expenses

 

B. Interest paid

 

C. Net capital spending

 

D. Inventory

 

E. Depreciation

 

44. Tressler Industries opted to repurchase 5,000 shares of stock last year in lieu of paying a dividend. The cash flow statement for last year must have which one of the following assuming that no new shares were issued?

A. Positive operating cash flow

 

B. Negative cash flow from assets

 

C. Negative cash flow to stockholders

 

D. Negative operating cash flow

 

E. Positive cash flow to stockholders

 

45. Net capital spending is equal to:

A. ending net fixed assets minus beginning net fixed assets plus depreciation.

 

B. beginning net fixed assets minus ending net fixed assets plus depreciation.

 

C. ending net fixed assets minus beginning net fixed assets minus depreciation.

 

D. ending total assets minus beginning total assets plus depreciation.

 

E. ending total assets minus beginning total assets minus depreciation.

 

46. Which one of the following relates to a negative change in net working capital?

A. Increase in the inventory level

 

B. Sale of net fixed assets

 

C. Purchase of net fixed assets

 

D. Increase in current assets and decrease in current liabilities for the period

 

E. Increase in current liabilities with no change in current assets for the period

 

47. Which one of the following will increase cash flow from assets but not affect the operating cash flow?

A. Increase in depreciation

 

B. Increase in accounts receivable

 

C. Sale of a fixed asset

 

D. Decrease in cost of goods sold

 

E. Increase in sales

 

48. Cash flow to creditors is equal to:

A. cash flow from assets plus cash flow to stockholders.

 

B. beginning total liabilities minus ending total liabilities plus interest paid.

 

C. beginning long-term debt minus ending long-term debt plus interest paid.

 

D. ending total debt minus beginning total debt plus interest paid.

 

E. ending long-term debt minus beginning long-term debt plus interest paid.

 

49. Which one of the following indicates that a firm has generated sufficient internal cash flow to finance its entire operations for the period?

A. Positive operating cash flow

 

B. Negative cash flow to creditors

 

C. Positive cash flow to stockholders

 

D. Negative net capital spending

 

E. Positive cash flow from assets

 

50. Kroeger Exporters has total assets of $74,300, net working capital of $22,900, owners equity of $38,600, and long-term debt of $23,900. What is the value of the current assets?

A. $21,600

 

B. $24,300

 

C. $38,900

 

D. $34,700

 

E. $46,100

 

51. Morgantown Movers has net working capital of $11,300, current assets of $31,200, equity of $53,400, and long-term debt of $11,600. What is the amount of the net fixed assets?

A. $31,800

 

B. $32,900

 

C. $45,500

 

D. $48,100

 

E. $53,700

 

52. The Draiman, Inc. currently has $3,600 in cash. The company owes $41,800 to suppliers for merchandise and $21,500 to the bank for a long-term loan. Customers owe The Draiman $18,000 for their purchases. The inventory has a book value of $53,300 and an estimated market value of $61,200. If the store compiled a balance sheet as of today, what would be the book value of the current assets?

A. $46,800

 

B. $55,600

 

C. $64,700

 

D. $74,900

 

E. $96,500

 

53. Donut Delite has total assets of $31,300, long-term debt of $8,600, net fixed assets of $19,300, and owners equity of $21,100. What is the value of the net working capital?

A. $9,800

 

B. $10,400

 

C. $18,900

 

D. $21,300

 

E. $23,200

 

54. Early Works had $87,600 in net fixed assets at the beginning of the year. During the year, the company purchased $6,400 in new equipment. It also sold, at a price of $2,300, some old equipment with a book value of $1,100. The depreciation expense for the year was $3,700. What is the net fixed asset balance at the end of the year?

A. $76,400

 

B. $78,800

 

C. $80,000

 

D. $89,200

 

E. $89,400

 

55. Platos Foods has ending net fixed assets of $84,400 and beginning net fixed assets of $79,900. During the year, the firm sold assets with a total book value of $13,600 and also recorded $14,800 in depreciation expense. How much did the company spend to buy new fixed assets?

A. -$23,900

 

B. $3,300

 

C. $32,900

 

D. $36,800

 

E. $37,400

 

56. Red Roofs, Inc. has current liabilities of $24,300 and accounts receivable of $7,800. The firm has total assets of $43,100 and net fixed assets of $23,700. The owners equity has a book value of $21,400. What is the amount of the net working capital?

A. $5,100

 

B. -$4,900

 

C. $6,500

 

D. $18,800

 

E. -$2,600

 

57. Petes Warehouse has net working capital of $2,400, total assets of $19,300, and net fixed assets of $10,200. What is the value of the current liabilities?

A. -$6,700

 

B. -$2,900

 

C. $2,900

 

D. $6,700

 

E. $11,500

 

58. Baugh and Essary reports the following account balances: inventory of $17,600, equipment of $128,300, accounts payable of $24,700, cash of $11,900, and accounts receivable of $31,900. What is the amount of the current assets?

A. $46,700

 

B. $56,000

 

C. $61,400

 

D. $175,000

 

E. $199,700

 

59. Donner United has total owners equity of $18,800. The firm has current assets of $23,100, current liabilities of $12,200, and total assets of $36,400. What is the value of the long-term debt?

A. $5,400

 

B. $12,500

 

C. $13,700

 

D. $29,800

 

E. $43,000

 

60. The Braxton Co. has beginning long-term debt of $64,500, which is the principal balance of a loan payable to Centre Bank. During the year, the company paid a total of $16,300 to the bank, including $4,100 of interest. The company also borrowed $11,000. What is the value of the ending long-term debt?

A. $45,100

 

B. $53,300

 

C. $58,200

 

D. $63,300

 

E. $85,900

 

61. The Toy Store has beginning retained earnings of $28,975. For the year, the company earned net income of $4,680 and paid dividends of $1,600. The company also issued $3,000 worth of new stock. What is the value of the retained earnings account at the end of the year?

A. $20,445

 

B. $22,695

 

C. $27,375

 

D. $32,055

 

E. $35,255

 

62. Leslie Printing has net income of $26,310 for the year. At the beginning of the year, the firm had common stock of $55,000, paid-in surplus of $11,200, and retained earnings of $48,420. At the end of the year, the firm had total equity of $142,430. The firm does not pay dividends. What is the amount of the net new equity raised during the year?

A. $1,500

 

B. $2,500

 

C. $2,700

 

D. $48,420

 

E. $48,310

 

63. The Embroidery Shoppe had beginning retained earnings of $18,670. During the year, the company reported sales of $83,490, costs of $68,407, depreciation of $8,200, dividends of $950, and interest paid of $478. The tax rate is 35 percent. What is the retained earnings balance at the end of the year?

A. $21,883.25

 

B. $22,193.95

 

C. $22,833.24

 

D. $23,783.24

 

E. $30,393.95

 

64. The owners equity for The Deer Store was $58,900 at the beginning of the year. During the year, the company had aftertax income of $4,200, of which $3,200 was paid in dividends. Also during the year, the company repurchased $6,500 of stock from one of the shareholders. What is the value of the owners equity at year end?

A. $53,400

 

B. $45,000

 

C. $59,900

 

D. $84,400

 

E. $90,900

 

65. Ginos Winery has net working capital of $29,800, net fixed assets of $64,800, current liabilities of $34,700, and long-term debt of $23,000. What is the value of the owners equity?

A. $36,900

 

B. $66,700

 

C. $71,600

 

D. $89,400

 

E. $106,300

 

66. The Pier Import Store has cash of $34,600 and accounts receivable of $54,200. The inventory cost $92,300 and can be sold today for $146,900. The fixed assets were purchased at a cost of $234,500 of which $107,900 has been depreciated. The fixed assets can be sold today for $199,000. What is the total book value of the firms assets?

A. $127,800

 

B. $307,700

 

C. $346,800

 

D. $382,300

 

E. $415,600

 

67. Lesters Fried Chickn purchased its building 11 years ago at a cost of $139,000. The building is currently valued at $179,000. The firm has other fixed assets that cost $66,000 and are currently valued at $58,000. To date, the firm has recorded a total of $79,000 in depreciation on the various assets. The company has current liabilities of $36,600 and net working capital of $18,400. What is the total book value of the firms assets?

A. $181,000

 

B. $241,000

 

C. $331,000

 

D. $339,000

 

E. $379,000

 

68. The financial statements of James Auto Repair reflect cash of $14,600, accounts receivable of $11,500, accounts payable of $22,900, inventory of $17,800, long-term debt of $42,000, and net fixed assets of $63,800. The firm estimates that if it wanted to cease operations today it could sell the inventory for $35,000 and the fixed assets for $49,000. The firm could also collect 100 percent of its receivables. What is the market value of the assets?

A. $32,800

 

B. $39,900

 

C. $74,000

 

D. $95,500

 

E. $110,100

 

69. The Good Life Store has sales of $79,600. The cost of goods sold is $48,200 and the other costs are $18,700. Depreciation is $8,300 and the tax rate is 34 percent. What is the net income?

A. $2,904

 

B. $8,382

 

C. $11,204

 

D. $14,660

 

E. $16,682

 

70. Chevelle, Inc. has sales of $487,000 and costs of $394,500. The depreciation expense is $43,800. Interest paid equals $18,200 and dividends paid equal $6,500. The tax rate is 35 percent. What is the addition to retained earnings?

A. $10,775

 

B. $11,460

 

C. $13,120

 

D. $13,325

 

E. $15,450

 

71. Last year, The Pizza Joint added $4,100 to retained earnings from sales of $93,600. The company had costs of $74,400, dividends of $2,500, and interest paid of $1,400. The tax rate was 34 percent. What was the amount of the depreciation expense?

A. $7,300

 

B. $7,500

 

C. $7,800

 

D. $8,100

 

E. $8,400

 

72. Holly Farms has sales of $581,600, costs of $479,700, depreciation expense of $32,100, and interest paid of $8,400. The tax rate is 42 percent. How much net income did the firm earn for the period?

A. $25,788

 

B. 35,612

 

C. $43,380

 

D. $45,671

 

E. $45,886

 

73. For the year, Movers United has net income of $31,800, net new equity of $7,500, and an addition to retained earnings of $24,200. What is the amount of the dividends paid?

A. $100

 

B. $7,500

 

C. $7,600

 

D. $15,100

 

E. $16,700

 

74. ACE, Inc. incurred depreciation expenses of $21,900 last year. The sales were $811,400 and the addition to retained earnings was $14,680. The firm paid interest of $9,700 and dividends of $10,100. The tax rate was 40 percent. What was the amount of the costs incurred by the firm?

A. $665,200.00

 

B. $689,407.67

 

C. $742,306.08

 

D. $738,500.00

 

E. $780,400.21

 

75. Bridgewater Furniture has sales of $811,000, costs of $658,000, and interest paid of $21,800. The depreciation expense is $56,100 and the tax rate is 34 percent. At the beginning of the year, the firm had retained earnings of $318,300 and common stock of $250,000. At the end of the year, the firm has retained earnings of $322,500 and common stock of $280,000. What is the amount of the dividends paid for the year?

A. $15,266

 

B. $19,466

 

C. $31,566

 

D. $41,066

 

E. $45,366

 

76. Bama & Co. owes a total of $21,684 in taxes for this year. The taxable income is $61,509. If the firm earns $100 more in income, it will owe an additional $56 in taxes. What is the average tax rate on income of $61,609?

A. 28.00 percent

 

B. 30.33 percent

 

C. 33.33 percent

 

D. 35.00 percent

 

E. 35.29 percent

 

77. Paddle Fans & More has a marginal tax rate of 34 percent and an average tax rate of 23.7 percent. If the firm earns $138,500 in taxable income, how much will it owe in taxes?

A. $31,366.67

 

B. $31,500.00

 

C. $32,824.50

 

D. $39,957.25

 

E. $47,090.00

 

78. Redneck Farm Equipment owes $48,329 in tax on a taxable income of $549,600. The company has determined that it will owe $56,211 in tax if its taxable income rises to $565,000. What is the marginal tax rate at this level of income?

A. 9.95 percent

 

B. 30.00 percent

 

C. 30.67 percent

 

D. 51.03 percent

 

E. 51.18 percent

 

79. Use the following tax table to answer this question:

Bait and Tackle has taxable income of $411,562. How much does it owe in taxes?

A. $128,603.33

 

B. $134,611.27

 

C. $138,542.79

 

D. $139,931.08

 

E. $141,354.82

 

80. Use the following tax table to answer this question:

The Holiday Inn earned $177,284 in taxable income for the year. How much tax does the company owe on this income?

A. $46,311.02

 

B. $48,490.76

 

C. $52,390.76

 

D. $59,998.81

 

E. $65,240.76

 

81. The Plaza Cafe has an operating cash flow of $78,460, depreciation expense of $8,960, and taxes paid of $21,590. A partial listing of its balance sheet accounts is as follows:

What is the amount of the cash flow from assets?

A. $58,913

 

B. $61,246

 

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