Posted by **David** on Wednesday, June 17, 2009 at 7:32pm.

Given the following information: profit margin = 10%; sales = $100; retention ratio = 40%; assets = $200; equity multiplier = 2.0. If the firm maintains a constant debt-equity ratio and no new equity is used,

what is the maximum growth rate? (Assume a constant profit margin.)

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