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Course Number: PHYSICS 111, Spring 2012

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Statistical Mechanics Uwe-Jens Wiese Albert Einstein Center for Fundamental Physics Institute for Theoretical Physics Bern University December 23, 2010 2 Contents 1 Introduction 9 2 Kinetic Theory of the Classical Ideal Gas 13 2.1 Atoms and Molecules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 2.2 Pressure and Temperature of the Ideal Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 3 Microcanonical and...

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Statistical MechanicsUwe-Jens WieseAlbert Einstein Center for Fundamental PhysicsInstitute for Theoretical PhysicsBern UniversityDecember 23, 20102Contents1 Introduction92 Kinetic Theory of the Classical Ideal Gas132.1Atoms and Molecules . .
Sana'a University - PHYSICS - 111
Sana'a University - PHYSICS - 111
Sana'a University - PHYSICS - 111
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CHAPTER 8MULTIPLE CHOICEa1. In assessing sampling risk, the risk of incorrect rejection and the risk of assessing control risk toohigh relate to thea. Efficiency of the audit.b. Effectiveness of the audit.c. Selection of the sample.d. Audit qualit
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CHAPTER 7MULTIPLE CHOICEb1. The application of statistical sampling techniques is least related to which of the followinggenerally accepted auditing standards?a. The work is to be adequately planned, and assistants, if any, are to be properly supervi
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CHAPTER 11MULTIPLE CHOICEb1. A client erroneously recorded a large purchase twice. Which of the following control procedureswould be most likely to detect this error in a timely and efficient manner?a. Footing the purchases journal.b. Reconciling ve
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CHAPTER 10MULTIPLE CHOICEc1.a.b.c.d.A sales cutoff test of billings complements tests ofSales returns.Cash.Accounts receivable.Sales allowances.(AICPA ADAPTED)a2. An auditor should perform alternative procedures to substantiate the existenc
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CHAPTER 6MULTIPLE CHOICEb1. In general, a material weakness in internal control may be defined as a condition in whichmaterial errors or irregularities may occur and not be detected within a timely period bya. An independent auditor during tests of c
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CHAPTER 15MULTIPLE CHOICEd1. A company holds bearer bonds as a short-term investment. Responsibility for custody of thesebonds and submission of coupons for periodic interest collections probably should be delegated tothea. Chief accountant.b. Inte
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