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Looking at Cisco's CF statement I am having trouble with the math. In the "Cash Flow from investing activities" the total for 2001 is (3672). When I add the numbers with a HP 12C I get (1787). What am I missing?

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Looking at Cisco's CF statement I am having trouble with the math. In the "Cash Flow from investing activities" the total for 2001 is (3672). When I add the numbers with a HP 12C I get (1787). What am I missing?


First, I think the number I put in bold should be (3,762). This is what I see on their 10-Q.

That would put you off by 1,975. Which exactly matches "Purchases of short-term Investments" on the 10-Q.

Ryan

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Ryan,
Forgive me for being so dense, but where did you see "Purcase of short term investments of 1975 on the 10Q? Thanks for sticking with me.
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rdevine1,

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Cash flows from investing activities:
Purchases of short-term investments (1,975) (417)
Sales and maturities of short-term investments 2,818 1,227
Purchases of investments (9,866) (5,988)
Sales and maturities of investments 7,793 5,800
Purchases of restricted investments (489) (158)
Sales and maturities of restricted investments 705 123
Acquisition of property and equipment (1,208) (414)
Acquisition of businesses, net of cash and cash equivalents (24) (11)
Net change in lease receivables 145 (262)
Purchases of minority investments (806) (125)
Other (855) (310)
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Net cash used in investing activities (3,762) (535)
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This is a cut and paste from Cisco's latest 10-Q.

Ryan
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Thanks Ryan,
I got mine from link on a Fool article. Either the first line didn't print or it was omitted.
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