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### audit case 10.3 question

Course: ACCOUNTING 123, Spring 2012
School: Seton Hall
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main The questions I must clarify is regarding the &quot;planning audit matrix&quot; on page 310 (R-50). 1)The section for Planned Control Risk (CR) must be filled in: Should I use all the 5 examples from 10.1 &amp; 10.2 ?1) page 291 [R40-1] 2) Page 302 [R 42-1] 3) page 303 [R42-2] ] 4) page 304 [R 43] 5) page 305 [R 44] 2)Another question regarding page 310 [R 50] : When it comes to figuring out the...

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main The questions I must clarify is regarding the "planning audit matrix" on page 310 (R-50). 1)The section for Planned Control Risk (CR) must be filled in: Should I use all the 5 examples from 10.1 & 10.2 ?1) page 291 [R40-1] 2) Page 302 [R 42-1] 3) page 303 [R42-2] ] 4) page 304 [R 43] 5) page 305 [R 44] 2)Another question regarding page 310 [R 50] : When it comes to figuring out the Planned Detection Risk (PDR), I thought its strictly based on the equation of AAR IR & CR. However, on the bottom of the planning (page310) matrix , it advises that PDR should be assessed based on the persuasiveness of the substantive test. This sounds like I should again be basing it on some certain tests given in the previous cases. Could that be possible that I use only that factor in figuring out the PDR ? 3) if you havent fallen asleep yet , do you have an idea what level to to fill in for planned control risk of disclosure and what the reason should be? (The previous tests in 10.1 & 10.2 only offers one assertion that is tested) THANKS YB
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