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Course: ACCOUNTING 620, Spring 2010
School: Alabama A&M University
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24 DISCUSSION CHAPTER QUESTIONS Q24-1. Before making a decision under conditions of uncertainty, a manager should try to assess the probabilities associated with alternative possible outcomes in order to determine the probable result of each alternative action. Unless the probabilities associated with possible outcomes are determined, the effect of uncertainty cannot be accounted for adequately, which may result...

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