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    would be 3.6 million. So the expected growth rate will be 3600K/2679Kx100%=33.6%. EBIT =Net sales-cost of goods sold-operating expense Assuming the cost of goods sold, operating expense will grow in the same rate, from 1988 to 1991, EBIT of Butler Lumber Company was respectively 50, 61, 86 and 115. The growth rate of EBIT was 22%, 41% and 33.7%. Clearly the company is on a fast growing track. At the mean time, we need to know if Mr. Butler has enough money to maintain such a fast growth. Accounts

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    Bunyan Lumber

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