By using a graphic organizer of your choice, create a visual graphic that visually explains your response to the following:
A friend has mentioned that she has read that the following variables can be used to predict bankruptcy: (a) the company debt ratio; (b) the interest coverage; (c) the amount of cash relative to sales or assets; (d) the return on assets; (e) the market-to-book ratio; (f) the recent return on the stock; and (g) the volatility of the stock returns.
The problem is, she can’t remember whether a high value of each variable implies a high or a low probability of bankruptcy. Help your friend remember the information she needs to know by creating a visual graphic.
For editable graphic organizers, please check out:
Graphic Organizers https://www.worksheetworks.com/miscellanea/graphic-organizers.html
Free Graphic Organizer Templates https://www.edrawsoft.com/share-graphic-organizer.html
8 Editable Graphic Organizer Templates for Google Apps https://instructionaltechtalk.com/8-editable-graphic-organizer-templates-for-google-apps/
Tips on Designing a Graphic Organizer:
A graphic organizer, also known as a knowledge map, concept map, cognitive organizer, advance organizer, or concept diagram is a tool that uses visual symbols to express knowledge and concepts through relationships between them. The main purpose of a graphic organizer is to provide a visual aid to facilitate learning.
Examples of Graphic Organizers:
Concept Maps https://lucidspark.com/landing/create/concept-map-software
Venn Diagram https://www.lucidchart.com/pages/tutorial/venn-diagram
Flow Charts in Google Slides https://support.google.com/a/users/answer/9310374?hl=en