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`STR = ( US )/( UR )`

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The **Sell-Through Rate / Analysis **calculator computes the selling activity of a product within a defined period.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Enter the following;

- (
**US**) Units Sold - (
**UR**) Units Received

**Sell-Through Rate (STR):** The calculator returns the rate as a percentage.

Sell-Through Rate/Analysis is the selling activity of a product within a defined period of time. The formula for Sell-Through Rate is:

STR = US / UR

where:

- STR = Sell-through rate
- US = Units Sold
- UR = Units Received

**Time for Units:**Computes time to process a number of units.**Units over Time:**Computes number of units processed over a period of time.**Total Cost of Units:**Computes total cost based on the number of units and the cost of a single unit.**Unit Cost:**Computes the Average Unit Cost.**Variable Cost Rate:**Variable cost of units including labor and materials.**Variable Cost per Unit****:**Variable cost of units over two periods.**Sell-Through Rate:**Ratio of units sold verse received.

**Average Inventory**is computed by dividing the sum of the merchandise inventory taken during one year by the number of such inventories.**Asset(/Stock) to Sales Ratio**is used to compare how much in assets a company has relative to the amount of revenues the company can generate using their assets.**Quick Ratio aka Acid Test**is a liquidity ratio that measures the ability to pay short-term liabilities with cash and assets quickly convertible to cash.**Break-Even Analysis**equation shows the point in business where the sales equal the expenses.**Cost of Goods Sold**is simply the difference between the cost of goods available for sale and the ending inventory.**Gross Profit**is the difference between the net sales (or revenue) and the cost of goods or services sold. It is also known as the gross margin or Sales profit.**Gross Profit Percentage**is the difference between the net sales and the cost of goods sold (or services rendered) divided by the net sales times a hundred.**Gross Profit Margin**measures how much of each sales dollar is used to finance the direct inputs required to manufacture or merchandise the product sold.**Gross Margin Ratio**equation is used to compute the profitability of a company on selling its inventory or merchandise.**Gross Margin Return on Investment [GMROI]**calculation can be used to measure the performance the entire shop, but it is more effective if used for a particular department or category of merchandise.**Inventory Turnover Ratio**reveals how many times inventory turns over (is sold and replaced) in a period.**Initial Markup %**is the comparison of the amount of money, expressed as a percentage of initial cost, that a retailer adds to the price of goods.**Maintained Markup**reveals the impact of markdowns (reductions) on the Initial Markup.**Maintained Markup Percentage**is the percentage of net sales.**Markup**is the difference between cost of a good or service and its selling price.**Net Sales**is the sales revenue less sales returns and allowances and sales discounts.**Open-To-Buy**is the difference between how much inventory is needed and how much is actually available.**Reductions**are the combined cost of making a specified product/service cheaper or less in amount.**Retail Price**is the price at which the manufacturer recommends that the retailer sell the product.**Sales per Square Foot**is most commonly used for planning inventory purchases.**Sell-Through Rate/Analysis**is the selling activity of a product within a defined period of time.**Total Stock Return**is the appreciation in the price plus any dividends paid, divided by the original price of the stock.

- Waters, Shari. "Retail Sales Math Formulas and Equations."
*About.com*. About.com, n.d. Web. 14 July 2015. <http://retail.about.com/od/retailingmath/a/retail_formulas.htm>.