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Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations Chapter 13 Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations Multiple Choice Questions 1. Determining a firm's long-term goals and objectives, adopting courses of action, and allocating resources required to achieve goals is a process called: A) strategy formulation. B) strategic planning. C) strategy implementation. D) capital...

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13 Chapter - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations Chapter 13 Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations Multiple Choice Questions 1. Determining a firm's long-term goals and objectives, adopting courses of action, and allocating resources required to achieve goals is a process called: A) strategy formulation. B) strategic planning. C) strategy implementation. D) capital budgeting. Register to View AnswerLevel: Easy LO: 1 2. What term is used to describe the process of revising existing goals and adopting new goals? A) strategy formulation B) strategic planning C) strategy implementation D) capital budgeting Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 1 3. What is a plan for next year expressed in quantitative terms? A) strategy B) capital budget C) operating budget D) management control system Register to View AnswerLevel: Easy LO: 1 4. Influencing subordinates to behave in accordance with the goals and objectives of the organization is referred to as: A) performance evaluation. B) management control. C) strategic planning. D) goal congruence . Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 1 13-1 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 5. What is the role of accounting in formulating strategy? A) quantifying opportunities and threats B) preparing budgets C) making estimates of costs and benefits of various alternatives D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Easy LO: 1 6. What is a capital investment? A) using money to buy goods or services B) issuing shares of stock of the corporation C) authorizing and issuing shares of common stock by a multinational corporation D) committing resources to projects that have costs and benefits well into the future Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 7. The process of identifying, evaluating, and selecting projects that require substantial amounts of resources and are expected to generate benefits for many years into the future is called: A) strategy formulation. B) strategic planning. C) capital budgeting. D) operational budgeting. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 8. Which of the following is NOT part of the capital budgeting process? A) project identification B) project evaluation C) project monitoring D) All of the above are parts of the capital budgeting process. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 9. Estimating the expected cash inflows and outflows from proposed projects is performed in what step of the capital budgeting process? A) project identification B) project evaluation C) project monitoring D) project review Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 13-2 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 10. Which of the following factors is NOT considered in performing the environmental analysis phase of strategy formulation? A) competitors B) government regulations C) core competencies D) customer demand Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 1 11. Which of the following factors should be evaluated during the internal analysis phase of strategic formulation? A) manufacturing capacity B) new government regulations pending C) customer demand D) strength of the competition Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 1 12. Which capital budgeting technique recognizes the time value of money? A) payback period B) internal rate of return C) book rate of return D) return on investment Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 13. What is the major limitation of using the payback period as a tool in capital budgeting? A) It is difficult to calculate without a computer. B) It favors large investments. C) It ignores the time value of money. D) It does not consider cash flows. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 14. Which of the following is a major limitation of using the internal rate of return as a tool in capital budgeting? A) ignores the time value of money B) does not consider cash flows C) does not use accounting numbers D) assumes unrealistic reinvestment rate Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 13-3 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 15. Conceptually, what is the internal rate of return? A) number of years require for a project to return the cash invested in it B) discount rate that equates the present value of cash inflows to present value of cash outflows C) interest rate a company can generate on its corporate bonds and preferred stock D) average annual net income divided by initial investment in a project Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 16. What is the limitation of using the net present value for evaluating capital investment alternatives? A) ignores the time value of money B) does not consider cash flows C) cannot be used to compare projects of different size D) All of the above are limitations of the net present value method. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 17. How is the payback period used in capital budgeting? A) as a measure of a project's risk B) to determine the amount of funds that will be required in the future C) to measure the relationship between the project's return and the company's cost of capital D) None of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 18. Which capital budgeting technique is preferred in all major industrialized countries? A) net present value B) internal rate of return C) payback period D) none of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 19. Why is it believed that Japanese companies prefer the payback period over the discounted cash flow methods for evaluating capital investment alternatives? A) It is consistent with their corporate strategy of investing in new technology. B) Japanese companies compete using very short product life cycles. C) Cash flows over a long period of time are difficult to predict with much accuracy. D) All of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 13-4 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 20. What discount rate should be used for calculating net present values of capital investment alternatives? A) corporate borrowing rate B) opportunity cost of capital C) internal rate of return D) corporation's return on investment Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 21. Why is the multinational capital budgeting process more complex than capital budgeting in a domestic environment? A) Cash flows must be predicted. B) An appropriate discount rate must be selected. C) There are additional risks involved. D) The payback period is shorter. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 22. Schlamp & Co. is considering building a manufacturing facility in Country Z, which has changed it labor laws frequently and dramatically in the past decade. What kind of risk is created by these legislative actions? A) physical risk B) political risk C) financial risk D) economic risk Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 23. Hyperinflation causes what kind of risk for a multinational corporation? A) economic risk B) physical risk C) financial risk D) political risk Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 13-5 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 24. The possibility of loss due to unexpected changes in currency values or interest rates is called: A) economic risk B) business risk C) financial risk D) political risk Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 25. Cash flows related to a proposed capital investment project are subject to what kind of risk? A) economic risk B) financial risk C) political risk D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 26. How can a multinational enterprise incorporate its perception of high level of risk into its capital budgeting process? A) conservative estimates of cash inflows B) liberal estimates of expected cash outflows C) high discount rate D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Hard LO: 2 27. Why is depreciation added to net income to determine cash flow from operations? A) to compensate for financial risk B) because depreciation is an expense but does not represent a cash flow C) It is standard procedure when capital budgeting for a multinational corporation. D) Net income is understated due to excessive depreciation. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 13-6 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 28. Johnson Ltd determined that the net present value of an investment in technological improvements at its plant in France would be 10,000,000 if pending litigation was resolved in the company's favor and would be 2,000,000 if the courts ruled against the company. Johnson's attorneys in France assessed the probability of a favorable ruling at 70%. What is the expected net present value of the project? A) 10,000,000 B) 2,000,000 C) 6,000,000 D) 7,000,000 Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 29. What is the effect of conducting a sensitivity analysis in capital budgeting? A) It helps analysts to determine if results are particularly affected by specific estimates. B) It complicates the process of making a decision when there are conflicting signals. C) Preferences for one capital investment alternative over another will change. D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 30. Why is management control particularly complex in decentralized multinational organizations? A) Managers abroad are not as well-trained as managers of domestic operations. B) Decision-making authority is not delegated to the local managers of foreign operations. C) Managers of foreign operations may be motivated by local goals rather than parent's goals. D) Financial risks are always higher for the local managers of foreign operations than for managers of domestic operations. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 31. Novo Limited uses the same management control system in all of its 100 facilities throughout the world on the assumption that the culture at the home office is transferable to all other locations. What principle underlies Novo's control system? A) polycentrism B) ethnocentrism C) geocentrism D) egocentrism Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 13-7 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 32. A company that recognizes and adapts its business practices to differences across cultures in which it operates is referred to as being: A) geocentric. B) ethnocentric. C) polycentric. D) egocentric. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 33. What term is used to describe a unit of a multinational corporation that takes a leading role in a particular area? A) implementer B) global innovator C) local innovator D) integrated player Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 34. When a unit of a multinational corporation develops knowledge that can be used by other units within the organization, that unit is called a(n): A) implementer. B) global innovator. C) local innovator. D) integrated player. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 35. A unit of a multinational corporation that produces little or no knowledge but rather uses the ideas and processes developed by other units is referred to as a(n): A) implementer. B) local innovator. C) integrated player. D) team player. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 13-8 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 36. Senior management of Bina Confections Ltd, a multinational corporation, has taken a polycentric approach to manufacturing, marketing, and distributing its candies. What would be evidence of this perspective? A) explicit policy and procedures manuals for managing foreign operations B) high degree of decentralization of decision-making authority C) product standard branding and packaging throughout the organization D) implementing strategies perfected by managers at the home office Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 37. What is cultural proximity? A) similarity of values, expectations, and traditions between one country and another B) countries that are located on the same continent C) relative importance of individual differences among units of a multinational corporation D) a short geographic distance between the host country of one subsidiary and the host country of another subsidiary Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 38. Which of the following would be characteristic of a bureaucratic control system? A) goals are more likely to be achieved by local managers B) detailed policy and procedures manuals are used throughout an organization C) meetings between parent and subsidiary managers are scheduled when needed rather than on a specific schedule D) budgets play a minor role in the management control system Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 39. Where would a divisional manager look to find the targets she is expected to reach in the next fiscal year? A) strategic plan B) capital budget C) operating budget D) strategic formulation Register to View AnswerLevel: Easy LO: 1 13-9 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 40. Which of the following is the role of a performance evaluation system in a multinational corporation? A) monitor organizational effectiveness B) identify areas that need improvement C) assess how well division managers are doing D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 41. What measures may be used in the performance evaluation system of a multinational corporation? A) financial measures such as profit, cost, and return on investment B) quality and customer satisfaction C) market share D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 42. According to surveys in the U.S. and the United Kingdom, what are the most frequently used financial performance measures by multinational organizations? A) stock price, return on investment, profit B) budgeted profit vs. actual profit, stock price, sales C) budgeted profit vs. actual profit, return on investment, profit D) internal rate of return, profit, return on investment Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 43. Which of the following is a non-financial measure of performance? A) return on investment B) market share C) earnings per share D) return on equity Register to View AnswerLevel: Easy LO: 4 13-10 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 44. The balanced scorecard includes non-financial measures of performance with the financial measures of performance traditionally used. Which of the following are included in the balanced scorecard? A) customer satisfaction B) internal business processes C) innovation and learning D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 45. SSM Corporation, a multinational healthcare system, measures the number of minutes between a patient's arrival at the emergency room and the time he/she is seen by a physician. This measure focuses on what aspect of the balanced scorecard? A) financial perspective B) customer perspective C) internal business processes perspective D) innovation and learning perspective Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 46. MSM Ltd has a strategy of being the first to market with new products and so it measures the number of new products introduced each year. Where does this measure fit in the balanced scorecard? A) financial perspective B) customer perspective C) internal business process perspective D) innovation and learning perspective Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 47. In designing an effective management control system for a multinational corporation, the accountant should measure factors appropriate for each unit's level of responsibility. Which of the following measures would be appropriate for evaluating the performance of a profit center? A) return on investment B) residual income C) EBIT D) all of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 4 13-11 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 48. In designing an effective management control system for a multinational corporation, the accountant should measure factors appropriate for each unit's level of responsibility. Which of the following measures would be appropriate for evaluating the performance of a cost center? A) return on investment B) EBIT C) output volume D) residual income Register to View AnswerLevel: Easy LO: 4 49. What result can be expected if a management control system encourages managers to focus on inappropriate measures? A) Managers will work extra hard to achieve the targets set in terms of those measures. B) Managers will engage in dysfunctional behaviors. C) Profits will go up for the foreign operation and for the corporation as a whole. D) none of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 4 50. Which of the following statements is true about performance evaluation in a multinational organization? A) A division that is performing poorly indicates that the manager of that division has performed poorly. B) Good performance by a division indicates that its manager has been performing to expectations. C) Divisional performance is the same as managerial performance. D) None of the above is true. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 51. The Squeaky Division of Household Products Corporation showed a net loss of 5,000,000 last year, but Squeaky's manager received a bonus for outstanding performance. Why would Household Products' management control system appropriately allow for this apparent inconsistency? A) Economic factors outside the manager's control caused the loss. B) Household Products' management control system is ineffective. C) The bonus represents a payoff to Squeaky's manager to keep her quiet about the loss. D) The loss was due to controllable factors. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 13-12 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 52. Holding managers accountable only for those factors over which they have control is called: A) management control systems B) responsibility accounting C) decentralization D) centralization Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 53. What is the advantage of using operating income or EBIT as a measure of performance in a profit center of a multinational corporation? A) It is much easier to calculate than other measures. B) It is the only measure available to the senior management of the parent company. C) It excludes interest and taxes, which are beyond the manager's control. D) Divisional managers will maximize output if this measure is used for management control. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 4 54. If only one currency is used for evaluating subsidiary performance in a multinational corporation, what currency is it most likely to be? A) euros B) local currency of the subsidiary C) currency of the parent company's home country D) none of the above Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 55. Under what condition should the gain or loss from translating foreign currency profit of subsidiary into the parent's home currency be included in the subsidiary's measure of performance? A) if the subsidiary manager is authorized to hedge the translation exposure B) if there is a translation gain, but not if there is a translation loss C) if the multinational corporation is using the same method of translation for performance evaluation as it does for financial reporting D) if the impact on cash flows from foreign exchange is minimal Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 13-13 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 56. Which of the following is not measured by the accounting system of a multinational corporation? A) translation exposure B) economic exposure C) transaction exposure D) None of the above is measured by the accounting system. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 4 57. Assume that the Chinese government allowed the yuan to float relative to the U.S. dollar. Appreciation in the yuan could have an adverse affect on sales of Chinese goods to the U.S. This possible impact on Chinese exports is referred to as: A) translation exposure B) transaction exposure C) economic exposure D) accounting exposure Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 58. How should multinational corporations reduce the impact of economic exposure? A) hedging foreign currency using a call option B) hedging foreign currency using put options C) competitive strategic and operational decisions D) forward contracts on the foreign currency Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 3 59. Which of the following should NOT be included in implementing performance evaluation systems? A) Feedback and review B) Fair and achievable measures C) Understandability D) Changing systems annually Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 13-14 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 60. What is the likely outcome of using performance measures that subsidiary managers perceive to be unachievable? A) frustrated managers B) diligent attention to operational efficiency C) success D) optimal decision-making Register to View AnswerLevel: Easy LO: 5 61. Implementing multinational corporate strategy to influence human behavior in a positive way should include: A) a target for managers that is possible under ideal conditions B) consideration of cultural differences across units C) all exchange rate gains and losses D) measures of profit, residual income, and return on investment for all units Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 62. Which of the following is NOT an influence affecting the operating environment of foreign subsidiaries? A) regulatory controls B) social norms and attitudes C) inflation rates D) All of the above are influences. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 63. In a 2002 PriceWaterhouseCoopers survey, which factor did CFOs consider most important in contributing to long-term shareholder return? A) current financial results B) operating efficiency C) product and service quality D) innovation Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 13-15 Chapter 13 - Strategic Accounting Issues in Multinational Corporations 64. Which of the following is a true statement about the use of the payback period technique in capital budgeting? A) It is simple to use and understand. B) It considers the time value of money. C) It is difficult to appraise risk with this technique. D) It cant be used to measure liquidity. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 65. Which of the following calculations will yield return on investment (ROI)? A) annual net income/book value of investment B) average annual net income/book value of investment C) average annual net income/present value of investment D) book value of investment/annual net income Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 66. Assume that an initial investment is $100,000 and that the estimated annual cash flows for the next 5 years are $18,000. What is the internal rate of return (IRR) for this investment? A) 5.56% B) 18% C) 1% D) It is impossible to calculate without additional information. Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 2 67. Which of the following is NOT a perspective under the balanced scorecard approach? A) parent company perspective B) internal business perspective C) customer perspective D) financial perspective Register to View AnswerLevel: Medium LO: 5 13-16

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PROBLEM21_14-Figure Four, Inc., is a distributor of pharmaceutical products. Its activity-based costing systemhas five activities:Activity AreaCost Driver and Rate in 20031. Order processing2. Line item ordering3.Store deliveries4.Carton deliver
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: . 15 , 1.,. 31, 2009, 31, 2008. 2009 2008 2009 2008 1,549,035 339,038 1,080,490 241,000 302,275 79,000 8,980 2,252 54,500 6,650 325,975 312,410 83,336 79,467 () 521,310 500,000 139,728125,812
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Solutions Guide: Please reword the answers to essay type parts so as to guarantee thatyour answer is an original. Do not submit as your own.Problem 17-3 Computing Unreserved Fund Balance and Closing Entries LO6 Thefollowing account balances, among othe
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P19-7)(a)Before deferred taxes can be computed, the amount of cumulative temporarydifference existing at the end of each year must be computed:2006$130,00090,000Pretax financial incomeTaxable incomeTemporary difference originating(reversing)Cum
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In Week Five, you will continue working with the Decisions in Paradise Business Scenario and buildupon your assignment from Weeks Three and Four where you began development for a response tothe scenario. For the Decisions in Paradise, Part III complete
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Part three 3333333333317- The interest rate that is printed on the bond certificate is not referred to as the _a- Stated rateb- Contract ratec- Nominal rated- Effective rate18- Z CO. filed suit against W, Inc. in 2011 seeking damages for patent infr
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Personal Budget Exercise ExcelCreating a spreadsheet track personal business expenses is an excellent useof Microsoft Excel. For this exercise, you will create a spreadsheet to entera personal budget and track actual expenses for the year. You may choo
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Part 1:Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) $85,000Medical Expenses 5,000 (85000*.075=6375); the Smith family can not deduct any medicalexpenses since the total amount does not exceed 7.5% of their AGI.State Income Taxes Paid 5,000 line #5, state income taxes
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John should purchase a disability plan which would provide replacement of about 65% of hisincome until he reaches the age of 65 or 67. He should get a two year waiting period because hehas the STD to cover him. To lower the cost, he might consider a pol
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a. 10000/35.64 = 280.58 shares purchased.b. 35.64/37.81=.9426-1= 5.74% loadc. 37.81-35.64=2.17*280.58 shares = $608.86 load charge / or 10,000*5.74%= $574d. If this fund were no-load, the criteria that must be met are: no 12(b)-1 fees, no loads, no fee
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ThePlantAssets,Netaccount(thetotalamountofplantassetsandaccumulateddepreciation)ofCanyon Corporationshowsabeginningbalanceof$100,000,assetpurchasesof$400,000,accumulated depreciationof$30,000,andanendingbalanceof$420,000. Canyonsoldplantassetsata$10,00
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Repeatthequestionabove,assumingthepurchasepriceis$5.20andthequantitypurchasedandusedis26,200units.Totalmaterialsvariance$Materialspricevariance$Materialsquantityvariance$Total materials variance:= ( AQ X AP ) - ( SQ X SP )= (26,200 X $5.20) - (27
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Send to Printer NowEvaluation ResultsAuthor:Date Evaluated:DRF template:Program:Evaluation Method:04/04/2012 07:17:21 PM (MDT)HVT1* Humanities (V1 UNDERGRAD 0610)HVT1* Lit, Arts, & Humanities (V1 UNDERGRAD-0610)Using RubricEvaluation Summary fo
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Solutions Guide: Please do not present as your own. I sometimes post solutionsthat are totally mine, from the books solutions manual, or a mix of my work andthe books solutions manual. But this is only meant as a solutions guide for you toanswer the pr
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1.Beal Company - Take Home Problem(CPA Adapted)\The Beal Company uses a standard-costing system. At the beginning of 19_6, Bealadopted the following standards:Direct MaterialsDirect LaborFactory Overhead:VariableFixedInput3 Ibs. @ $2.50 per lb
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1.(TCO 1) Which of the following is not a function of decomposition? (Points : 3)Permit different parts of the system to be built at the same time by the same person.Allow attention to be concentrated on the part of the system pertinent to a particular
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Q1_SOLVED.Aresearcherintheautomotiveindustryclaimsthatthemajorityoftireblowoutsonthehighwayinvolveoverinflatedtires.Whichofthefollowingisthecorrectnull/alternativehypotheses?H0: P = 0.50H1: P > 0.50Q2:"Theresearcherthengoesandgetstheinformationfrom41
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AllTheandUsework and explanations must be shown.scatter plot below shows the relationship between a childs age in yearsheight in inches. The horizontal axis represents the childs age in years.this graph to answer the questions below.(A) How would
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