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Chapter 3 Modified Accrual Accounting: Including the Role of Fund Balances and Budgetary Authority True/False Questions 1. Net resources of a governmental fund represented by prepaid insurance is an example of a nonspendable fund balance Answer: True 2. A rainy day fund approved by the township governing board is an example of an assigned fund balance Answer: False 3. A contractual obligation (such as for the...

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Chapter 3 Modified Accrual Accounting: Including the Role of Fund Balances and Budgetary Authority True/False Questions 1. Net resources of a governmental fund represented by prepaid insurance is an example of a nonspendable fund balance Answer: True 2. A rainy day fund approved by the township governing board is an example of an assigned fund balance Answer: False 3. A contractual obligation (such as for the purchase of equipment) is an example of a committed fund balance. Answer: True 4. $200,000 to be used to fund government operations in the future is an example of an unassigned fund balance. Answer: True 5. Outstanding encumbrance of $80,000 for the purchase of furniture & fixtures is an example of a restricted fund balance. Answer: False 6. Rainy day funds are classified as committed if they are created by a resolution or ordinance that identifies the specific circumstances under which the resources may be expended.

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University of Michigan-Dearborn - ACC - 439
Chapter 4 Accounting for the General and Special Revenue FundsTrue/False Questions1.Special Revenue Funds may be used whenever a government wishes to segregate incomefor specific purposes.Answer: False2.Every general purpose government will have one
University of Michigan-Dearborn - ACC - 439
Chapter 5 Accounting for Other Governmental Fund Types: CapitalProjects, Debt Service, and PermanentTrue/False Questions1. Unexpended intergovernmental grants and taxes dedicated to capital improvements in acapital projects fund are likely to be class
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Chapter 6 Proprietary FundsTrue/False Questions1.Proprietary funds are used to account for activities similar to those engaged in profitseeking businesses.Answer: True2. Financial statements for proprietary funds are similar in many respects to those
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Chapter 7 Fiduciary (Trust) FundsTrue/False Questions1.Fiduciary Funds are used to account for assets held by a government acting as a trustee oragent for entities external to the governmental unit: Including individuals, organizations,and other gove
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Chapter 8 Government-Wide Statements, Fixed Assets, Long-Term DebtTrue/False Questions1. Enterprise funds are reported in the business-type activities column of the government-widestatements.Answer: True2. When preparing the government-wide statement
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Chapter 9 Accounting for Special-Purpose Entities, Including PublicColleges and UniversitiesTrue/False Questions1. According to GASB Statement No. 34, General-purpose governments are thought to bethose that offer more than one type of basic government
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Chapter 10 Accounting for Private Not-for-Profit OrganizationsTrue/False Questions1. If a private not-for-profit fails to comply with donor restriction on contributions received,the organization must accrue and disclose a contingent liability following
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Chapter 11 College and University Accounting Private InstitutionsTrue/False Questions1. Private colleges and universities are subject to the standards issued by the FASBAnswer: True2.Public colleges and universities are subject to the standards issue
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Chapter 12 Accounting for Hospitals and Other Health Care ProvidersTrue/False Questions1. If a health care organization is owned or controlled by a government, it is typicallyconsidered a special-purpose entity engaged only in businesstype activities a
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Chapter 13 Auditing, Tax Exempt Organizations, and EvaluatingPerformanceTrue/False Questions1.Net Asset classification for a tax-exempt organization are consistent with GASBstandardsAnswer: False2. The Taxpayer Bill of Rights requires tax-exempt or
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Chapter 14 Financial Reporting by the Federal GovernmentTrue / False Questions1. Accounting standards for the federal government and its agencies are established by theGovernmental Accounting Standards Board.Answer: False2. Accounting standards for t
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CHAPTER 1: THE ACCOUNTANTS ROLE IN THE ORGANIZATION TRUE/FALSE 1. Management accounting information focuses on external reporting. Answer: False Difficulty: 1 Objective: Management accounting information focuses on internal reporting. 2. 1A good cost acc
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CHAPTER 2: AN INTRODUCTION TO COST TERMS AND PURPOSES TRUE/FALSE 1. Products, services, departments, and customers may be cost objects. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1Costs are accounted for in two basic stages: assignment followed by accumula
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CHAPTER 3 COST-VOLUME-PROFIT ANALYSISTRUE/FALSE 1. To perform cost-volume-profit analysis, a company must be able to separate costs into fixed and variable components. Answer: True Difficulty: 1 Terms to Learn: cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis 2. Object
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CHAPTER 4 JOB COSTINGTRUE/FALSE 1. Direct costs are allocated to the cost object using a cost-allocation method. Answer: False Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1 Terms to Learn: cost-allocation base Indirect costs are allocated to the cost object using a cost-al
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CHAPTER 5 ACTIVITY-BASED COSTING AND ACTIVITYBASED MANAGEMENTTRUE/FALSE 1. A top-selling product might actually result in losses for the company. Answer: True Difficulty: Terms to Learn: product undercosting 2. 2 Objective: 1Companies that undercost pro
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CHAPTER 6: MASTER BUDGET AND RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTING TRUE/FALSE 1. Few businesses plan to fail, but many of those that flop have failed to plan. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1The master budget reflects the impact of operating decisions, but
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CHAPTER 7: FLEXIBLE BUDGETS, VARIANCES, AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL: I TRUE/FALSE 1. The master budget is one type of flexible budget. Answer: 2. False Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1The master budget is a static budget.A flexible budget is calculated at the star
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CHAPTER 8: FLEXIBLE BUDGETS, VARIANCES, AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL: II TRUE/FALSE 1. Overhead costs are a major part of costs for most companies more than 50% of all costs for some companies. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1At the start of the budg
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CHAPTER 9: INVENTORY COSTING AND CAPACITY ANALYSIS TRUE/FALSE 1. Absorption costing absorbs only variable manufacturing costs. Answer: False Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1 Absorption costing absorbs all manufacturing costs, both fixed and variable. 2. Variabl
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CHAPTER 10: DETERMINING HOW COSTS BEHAVE TRUE/FALSE 1. One assumption frequently made in cost behavior estimation is that changes in total costs can be explained by changes in the level of a single activity. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1All
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CHAPTER 11: DECISION MAKING AND RELEVANT INFORMATION TRUE/FALSE 1. A decision model is a formal method for making a choice, frequently involving both quantitative and qualitative analyses. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1Feedback from previous
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CHAPTER 12: PRICING DECISIONS AND COST MANAGEMENT TRUE/FALSE 1. Companies must always examine pricing decisions through the eyes of their customers. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 2 Objective: 1Relevant costs for pricing decisions include manufacturing cost
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CHAPTER 13: STRATEGY, BALANCED SCORECARD, AND STRATEGY PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS TRUE/FALSE 1. Strategy describes how an organization matches its own capabilities with the opportunities in the marketplace to accomplish its overall objectives. Answer: 2. True
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CHAPTER 14: COST ALLOCATION, CUSTOMER-PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS, AND SALES-VARIANCE ANALYSIS TRUE/FALSE 1. Indirect costs are costs that cannot be traced to cost objects in an economically feasible way. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1To motivate
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CHAPTER 16: COST ALLOCATION: JOINT PRODUCTS AND BYPRODUCTS TRUE/FALSE 1. Joint costs are incurred beyond the splitoff point and are assignable to individual products. Answer: False Difficulty: 2 Joint costs are incurred prior to the splitoff. 2. Separable
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CHAPTER 17: PROCESS COSTING SYSTEMS TRUE/FALSE 1. Examples of industries that would use process costing include the pharmaceutical and semiconductor industry. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1The principal difference between process costing and
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CHAPTER 18: SPOILAGE, REWORKED UNITS, AND SCRAP TRUE/FALSE 1. Reducing defects helps to reduce costs, but does not make the business more competitive. Answer: False Difficulty: 2 Reducing defects does make the business more competitive. 2. Objective: 1Re
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CHAPTER 20 Inventory Management, Just-in-Time, and Simplified Costing MethodsTRUE/FALSE 1. Retailers generally have a high percentage of net income to revenues. Answer: False Difficulty: 2 Terms to Learn: inventory management Retailers have a low percent
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CHAPTER 21: CAPITAL BUDGETING AND COST ANALYSIS TRUE/FALSE 1. Capital budgeting focuses on projects over their entire lives in order to consider all the cash flows or cash savings from investing in a single project. Answer: 2. True Difficulty: 2 Objective
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CHAPTER 22: MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS, TRANSFER PRICING, AND MULTINATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS TRUE/FALSE 1. The goal of a management control system is to improve the collective decisions in an organization in an economically feasible way. Answer: 2. True Dif
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CHAPTER 23: PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT, COMPENSATION, AND MULTINATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS TRUE/FALSE 1. Many common performance measures, such as customer satisfaction, rely on internal financial accounting information. Answer: False Difficulty: 1 Objective: 1
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ch2Student: _1.Identify the following passage as containing an argument, two arguments, or no argument; if it containsan argument, identify the conclusion(s); and, if it contains two arguments, indicate which argument is theprincipal argument.Bamboo
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ch4Student: _1.Assess the following as probably true, as probably false, as requiring further documentation beforejudgment, or as a claim that cannot properly be evaluated. Consider both the nature of the claim and thesource. "In the early 1800s, bea
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ch5Student: _1.Isolate and discuss the rhetorical devices that appear in the following passage:Not everyone thinks that [former] Senator Jesse Helms is the least admired American public figure(as some opinion polls show). Even now, one or two souther
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ch6Student: _1.Identify any fallacies in the following passage either by naming them or, where they seem not to conformto any of the patterns described in the text, by giving a brief explanation of why the fallacious reasoningis irrelevant to the poi
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ch7Student: _1.Identify any fallacies in the following passage either by naming them or, where they seem not to conformto any of the patterns described in the text, by giving a brief explanation of why the fallacious reasoningis irrelevant to the poi
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ch8Student: _1.Translate the following into a standard-form categorical claim: Not every product that's organic isactually a chemical-free product.2.Translate the following into a standard-form categorical claim: The only organic products are chemic
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ch9Student: _1.Using the letters provided below, symbolize this claim: "If we plant from seed, we'll have to plantannuals."A = We plant annuals.S = We plant from seed.2.Using the letters provided below, symbolize this claim: "We can plant perennia
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ch10Student: _1.Make this inductive (statistical) syllogism into a relatively strong argument by supplying an appropriatepremise or conclusion: Greg must be into all that New Age stuff since he wears his hair in a ponytail.2.Make this inductive (sta
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ch11Student: _1.Is the following a physical causal explanation or behavioral causal explanation? "My printer won't workbecause it's not properly hooked up to my computer."A. physicalB. behavioral2.Is the following a physical causal explanation or
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ch12Student: _1.State whether the following item expresses moral value or nonmoral value; or no value at all.Morgan is old enough to have known what would happen if he didn't pay the fine on time.2.State whether the following item expresses moral va
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