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Thank you very much for your reply. I hope that I'm not too rude to ask a followup question to you. That's it, can I calculate four consecutive quarters' invested capitals and then average them as the average invested capital for the past four quarters? The reason I'm inquiring about this is that I have already set up a spreadsheet and calculate IC, EV/IC among others each quarter. If I can obtain average IC by averaging four quarter's IC, then I don't need to modify my spreadsheet setup. Thank you very much for your help.

Leon.
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