Australia Capitalisation Ratio confusion?


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Hi :)
Capitalization Ratio = Long-Term Debt / (Long-Term Debt + Shareholder’s Equity)
Only thing is, in this question, the company has no long term liability but equity is $290 984

So how do i work this out? what does this mean for the company?
And if you anymore 'financial attributes' (from information on a balance sheet) other than equity, earnings per share and capital requirement, could you please name them? Is asset-cash one?

Plant and equipment $34 084
Thanks
 
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You can still compute the ratio, What is 0 / X, where X is any nonzero number?

Another hint: Suppose I own 5 shirts, and all of them are blue. Then what percentage of my shirts are red? Formally, this percentage or ratio would be given by the fraction

(number of red shirts) / (total number of shirts) = 0 / 5 = ?%
 

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