Hawk Electronics is a retail firm located in Atlanta Georgia. Currently, the company has 2 million shares

Hawk Electronics is a retail firm located in Atlanta Georgia. Currently, the company has 2 million shares outstanding that are trading for $10 each on the secondary market. The shareholder equity for the firm is $10 million, while the firm has notes payable of $2 million, accounts payable of $1 million, and $4 million in bonds. The firm also has cash on hand worth $1 million, accounts receivable valued at $2 million, and inventory valued at $1 million. Given this information, what is the current enterprise value for Hawk Electronics?

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  1. [tex]a^{2}[/tex]

    Step-by-step explanation:

    √a^4 is the same as:

    √a × √a × √a × √a

    group them as 2 pairs of

    (√a × √a) × (√a × √a)

    which makes

    a × a

    which is the same as [tex]a^{2}[/tex]

  2. The two equations given make the straight line LJ.

    A straight line is 180 degrees.

    Add the 2 equations together and set to equal 180:

    2m +10 + 5m +100 = 180

    Combine like terms on the left side:

    7m + 110 = 180

    Subtract 110 from each side:

    7m = 70

    Divide both sides by 7:

    m = 70 /7

    m = 10

  3. 15

    Step-by-step explanation:

    the question has a slope of 1/3x with a y intercept of 2,

    Thus, once the line reaches 9 in its y value, the x value would be 15

  4. if you're talking about the green rectangles, together in that equation they are worth 12, but each one separately is equal to 3

    Step-by-step explanation:

  5. I believe it would be the third option. x=20.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    the 2 over the x cancels out the square root over the 20.

  6. Step-by-step explanation:

    f(x) has a slope of 1.

    g(x) has a slope of -5

    so k must be -5 to change f(x)'s slope from 1 to -5

  7. 5m + 100 + 2m + 10 = 180

    combine like-terms: 7m + 110 = 180

    subtract 110 from both sides: 7m = 70

    divide by 7 on both sides: m = 10

    m = 10

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