The graph here is a scatter plot of 7 points, each representing a company's return on capital and EV/Capital ratio in the fictitious Widgets industry.

Return on Capital is defined as EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) divided by Capital (or EBIT/Capital).

The slope provided is y-axis over x-axis; here the slope is (EV/capital) / (EBIT/captial) = EV/EBIT. An EV/EBIT slope of 8.0x is drawn as a dotted line.

Use the drop-down menus to fill in the blanks in each of the following statements based on the information given by the graph.

A) Among the companies listed, if a company had a ROC % no more than 40%, it had EV/Capital ratios of no more than --Select--1.0x2.0x 3.0x.

B) Referencing the 8.0x EV/EBIT slope, the appropriate EV/EBIT multiple for the Widgets industry is most closest to --Select--6.8x 8.0x 9.2x.