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When analyzing a company's financial statements, what is a key indicator of its
operational efficiency and profitability?
a) The quick ratio.
b) The current ratio.
c) The return on assets (ROA).
d) The debt-to-equity ratio.
2. What are some major innovations that enabled the development of modern genetics and
the biotechnology industry?
a) DNA sequencing, PCR, CRISPR, monoclonal antibodies - enabled precise engineering of
b) Mainly advanced computing to analyze large datasets, core techniques little changed.
c) Cryo-electron microscopy vital to map macromolecule structures.
d) Einstein's mass-energy equivalence principle enabled nuclear mutations.