Aug / 30

Could someone please help me with this accounting question?

                        Could someone please tell me if I am doing this correctly. I feel like it's too easy. My answers are underneath the questions.

Hombran Doughnuts has current assets of $290 million; property, plant and equipment of $490 million; and other assets totaling $150 million. Current liabilities are $150 million and long-term liabilities total $310 million.

1. Use these data to write Hombran Doughnuts' accounting equation.

My Answer: $290 + $490 + $150 = $150 + $310 + Stock holders equity

2. How much in resources does Hombran have to work with?

My Answer: $290 + $490 + $150 (all the assets)

3. How much does Hombran owe creditors?

My Answer: $150 + $310 (all the assets)

4. How much of the company's assets do the Hombran stockholders actually own? 

My Answer: $470 (Assets - Liability)

Please and Thank you!
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