Audit Ch 1-12 Multiple Choice
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Audit Ch 1-12 Multiple Choice

Course Number: ACCT 3350, Fall 2012

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Chapter 1 1. Which of the following best describes the relationship between assurance and attest services? a. While attest services involve financial data, assurance services involve nonfinancial data b. While attest services require objectivity, assurance services do not require objectivity c. Both attest and assurance services require independence d. Attest and assurance services are different terms referring to...

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1 1. Chapter Which of the following best describes the relationship between assurance and attest services? a. While attest services involve financial data, assurance services involve nonfinancial data b. While attest services require objectivity, assurance services do not require objectivity c. Both attest and assurance services require independence d. Attest and assurance services are different terms referring to the same type of services 2. Which of the following has primary responsibility for the fairness of the representations made in financial statement? a. Clients management b. Independent auditor c. Audit committee d. AICPA 3. The most important benefit of having an annual audit by a public accounting firm is to a. Provide assurance to investors and other outsides that the financial statements are reliable b. Enable officers and directors to avoid personal responsibility for any misstatements in the financial statements c. Meet the requirements of government agencies d. Provide assurance that illegal acts, if any, will be brought to light 4. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act created Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. Which of the following is not one of the responsibilities of that board? a. Establish independence standards for auditors of public companies b. Review financial reports with the SEC c. Establish auditing standards for audits of public companies d. Sanction registered audit firms 5. Which of these organizations has the responsibility to perform inspections of auditors of public companies? a. American Institute of Certified Public Accountants b. Securities and Exchange Commission c. Financial Accounting Standards Board d. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board 6. Governmental auditing, in addition to including audits of financial statements, often includes audits of efficiency, effectiveness and a. Adequacy b. Evaluation c. Accuracy d. Compliance 7. In general, internal auditors independence will be greatest when they report directly to the a. Financial vice president b. Corporate controller c. Audit committee of the board of directors d. Chief executive officer 8. Which of the following did not precipitate the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 to regulate public accounting firms a. Disclosures related to accounting irregularities at Enron and WorldCom b. Restatements of financial statements by a number of public companies c. Conviction of the accounting firms of Arthur Andersen LLP. d. Ethical scandals at the AICPA 9. Which of the following organizations establishes accounting standards for U.S. government agencies? a. FASB b. The governmental accounting standards board c. The federal accounting standards advisory board d. PCAOB 10. Which of the following is correct about forensic audits? a. All audit engagements are forensic in nature b. Forensic audits are performed by law firms, they are not performed by CPA firms c. Forensic audits are equivalent to compliance audits d. Forensic audits are usually performed in situations in which fraud has been found or is suspected 11. What best describes the purpose of the auditors consideration of internal control in a financial statements audit for a nonpublic company? a. To determine the nature, timing, and extent of audit testing b. To make recommendations to the client regarding improvements in internal control c. To train new auditors on accounting and control systems d. To identify opportunities for fraud within the clients operations 12. Which of the following is an example of a compliance audit? a. An audit of financial statements b. An audit of a companys policies and procedures for adhering to environmental laws and regulations c. An audit of a companys internal control over financial reporting d. An audit of the efficiency and effectiveness of a companys legal department Answers C, A, A, B, D, D, C, D, C, D, A, B Chapter 2 1. Which of the following organizations can revoke the rights of an individual to practice as a CPA? a. The PCAOB b. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants c. The Securities and Exchange Commission d. The applicable state board of accountancy 2. The AICPA over time has played an important told in standards setting. Which of the following standards are currently established by the AICPA a. Accounting standards applicable to nonpublic companies b. Auditing standards applicable to audits of public companies c. Quality control standards applicable to audits of public companies 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. d. Standards for reviews of the interim financial information issued by public companies Which of the following does the FASB consider a source of non-authoritative guidance for use when there is not authoritative guidance available? a. The FASB Codification b. FASB Concepts Statements c. SEC Rules d. SEC Interpretive Releases Financial statement audits performed under PCAOB requirements are designed to provide which type of assurance with respect to the detection of material misstatement due to fraud or errors? a. Reasonable and absolute b. Reasonable c. Absolute d. Neither reasonable nor absolute A basic objective of a CPA firm is to provide professional services that conform with professional standards. Reasonable assurance of achieving this basic objective is provided through a. Compliance with generally accepted reporting standards b. A system of quality control c. A system of peer review d. Continuing professional education Which of the following is no explicitly included in a standard report for a nonpublic company? a. The CPAs opinion that the financial statements comply with GAAP b. That GAAS were followed during the audit c. The internal control of the client were satisfactory d. An identification of the financial statements audited The general group of the 10 PCAOB Auditing Standards require that a. The auditors maintain an independent mental attitude b. The audit be conducted in conformity with GAAP c. Assistants, if any, be properly supervised d. The auditors obtain an understanding of internal control Which AICPA quality control standard would most likely be satisfied when a CPA firm maintains records indicating which partners or employees of the firm were previously employed by the CPA firms clients? a. Professional relationship b. Engagement performance c. Relevant ethical requirements d. Monitoring 9. An audit provides reasonable assurance of detecting material a. Fraudulent financial reporting and misappropriation of assets b. Fraudulent financial reporting c. Misappropriation of assets d. Neither fraudulent financial reporting nor misappropriation of assets 10. Which of the following is not included in an integrated audit report on the financial statements of a public company? a. The report states that the audit was performed in accordance with AICPA standards b. The report indicates that the financial statements are the responsibility of management c. The report indicates that the auditors have also audited the effectiveness of the companys internal control d. The report is signed in the name of the CPA firm 11. Audit firms that are subject to inspections by the PCAOB staff include a. All audit firms b. Audit firms that are registered with the SEC c. Audit firms that are registered with the PCAOB d. Audit firms that are registered with a state board of accountancy 12. Which of the following is not a difference noted when comparing the AICPA audit report in the international audit report? a. The international audit report may use the phrase true and fair view b. The international audit report may be signed using the personal name of the audit partner, the audit firm, or both c. The international audit report requires inclusion of the city of the CPA firm office that performed the audit d. The international audit report includes an opinion on internal control Answers D,B,B,B,B,C,A,C,A,A,C,D Chapter 3 1. Which of the following is not a covered member for an attest engagement under Rule 101 of the AICPA Code of Professional Ethics a. A partner in the national office of the firm that performs marketing services 2. Which of the following is not prohibited by the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct? a. Advertising in the newspapers 3. In which of the following situations would a public accounting firms audit report have violated the AICPA code of professional conduct in determining a fee? a. A fee is based on whether or not the public accounting firms audit report leads to the approval of the clients application for bank financing 4. A public accounting firm would least likely to be considered in violation of the AICPA independence rules in which of the following instances? a. A partners checking account, which is fully insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is held at a financial institution for which the public accounting firm performs attest services 5. Which of the following is implied when a CPA signs the preparers declaration on a federal income tax return? a. The return is not misleading based on all information of which the CPA has knowledge 6. The AICPA Code of Professional conduct states that a CPA should not disclose any confidential information obtained in the course of a professional engagement except with the consent of the client. This rule may preclude a CPA from responding to an inquiry made by a. A CPA shareholder of the client corporation 7. Which of the following is most likely to be a violation of the AICPA rules of conduct by Bill Jones, a sole practitioner with no other employees? a. Jones names his firm Jones and Smith, CPAs 8. Bill Adams, CPA, accepted the audit engagement of Kelly Company. During the audit Adams became aware of his lack of competence required for the engagement. What should Adams do? a. Suggest that Kelly Company engage another CPA to perform the audit 9. Which of the following non-attest services may be performed by the auditors of a public company? a. Preparation of the companys tax return 10. In providing non-attest services to an attest client, a CPA is allowed to perform which of the following functions? a. Training client employees 11. Rule 202-Compliance with Standards, requires CPAs to adhere to all of the following applicable standards, except a. Statements on Responsibilities in Tax Practices 12. Which of the following provisions is not included in The Institute of Internal Auditors Code of Ethics? a. Use of appropriate sampling methods to select areas for audit Chapter 4 1. If a CPA performs an audit recklessly, the CPA will be liable to third parties who were unknown and not foreseeable to the CPA for: a. Gross negligence 2. Which of the following approaches to auditors liability is least desirable from the CPAs perspective? a. The Rosenblum Approach 3. In cases of breach of contract, plaintiffs generally have to prove all of the following except: a. The CPAs made a false statement 4. If the CPAs provided negligent tax advice to a public company, the client would being suit under a. Common law 5. Which of the following cases reaffirmed the principles in the Ultramares case? a. Credit Alliance Corp. v. Arthur Anderson & Co. 6. Under common law, the CPAs who were negligent may mitigate some damages to a client by proving that a. Contributory negligence 7. Under the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, auditors and other defendants are faced with a. Proportionate liability 8. A CPA issued an unqualified opinion on the financial statements of a company that sold common stock in a public offering subject to the Securities Act of 1933. Based on a misstatement in the financial statement, the CPA is being sued by an investor who purchased shares of this public offering. Which of the following represents a viable defense? a. The false statement is immaterial in the overall context of the financial statement 9. Which of the following elements is most frequently necessary to hold a CPA liable to a client? a. Failed to exercise due care 10. Which statement best expresses the factors that purchasers of securities registered under the Securities Act of 1933 need to prove to recover losses from the auditors? a. The purchasers of securities must prove that the financial statements were misleading; then, the burden of proof is shifted to the auditors to show that the audit was performed with due diligence 11. The most significant result for the Continental Vending case was that it a. Created a more general awareness of the possibility of auditor criminal prosecution 12. The 1136 Tenants case was most important because of its emphasis upon the legal liability of the CPA when associated with: a. Unaudited financial statements Chapter 5 1. Which of the following is not a financial statement assertion made by management? a. The effectiveness of internal control 2. Which of the following business characteristics is not indicative of high inherent risk? a. A large amount of assets 3. As part of their audit, auditors obtain a representation letter from their client. Which of the following is not a valid purpose of such a letter? a. to increase the efficiency of the audit by eliminating the need for other audit procedures 4. Which of the following statements best describes why auditors investigate related party transactions? a. substance The of related party transactions may differ from their form 5. Of the following, which is the least reliable type of audit evidence? a. Copies of sales invoices inspected by the auditors 6. Analytical procedures are most likely to detect: a. Unusual transactions 7. Which of the following is not a primary approach to auditing an accounting estimate? a. Confirm the amount 8. A primary purpose of the audit working papers is to a. Support the auditors opinion 9. In what section of the audit working papers would a long-term lease agreement be filed? a. Permanent working paper file 10. Which of the following is not a function of audit working papers? a. Assist management in illustrating that the financial statements are in accordance with GAAP 11. In using the work of a specialist, the auditors referred to the specialists findings in their report. This would be an appropriate reporting practice if the a. Auditors, as a result of the specialists findings, give a qualified opinion on the financial statements 12. A difference in opinion concerning accounting and auditing matters relative to a particular phase of the audit arises between an assistant auditor and the auditor responsible for the engagement. After appropriate consultation, the assistant auditor asks to be disassociated from the resolution of the matter. The working paper would probably: a. Document the assistant auditors position and how the difference of opinion was resolved Chapter 6 1. In planning and performing an audit, auditors are concerned about risk factors for two distinct types of fraud: fraudulent financial reporting and misappropriation of assets. Which of the following is a risk factor for misappropriation of assets? a. An unreliable accounting system 2. The audit committee of a company must be made up of? a. Members of the board of directors who are not officers or employees 3. Which of the following should not normally be included in the engagement letter for an audit? a. A listing of the clients branch offices selected for testing 4. Which portion of an audit is least likely to be completed before the balance sheet date? a. Substantive procedures 5. Which of the following should the auditors obtain from the predecessor auditors before accepting an audit engagement? a. Facts that might bear on the integrity of management 6. As one step in testing sales transactions, a CPA traces a random sample of sales journal entries to debits in the accounts receivable subsidiary ledger. This test provides evidence as to whether: a. Recorded sales have been properly posted to customer accounts (completeness) 7. The primary objective of test of details of transactions performed as substantive procedures is to a. Detect material misstatements in the financial statements 8. The risk that the auditors will conclude, based on substantive procedures, that a material misstatement does not exist is an account balance when, in fact, such misstatement does exist is referred to as: a. Detection risk 9. Which of the following elements underlies the application of GAAS, particularly the standards of field work and reporting? a. Materiality and audit risk 10. Which of the following best describes what is meant by the term fraud risk factors a. Factors often observed in circumstances where frauds have occurred 11. Three conditions generally are present when fraud occurs. Select the one below that is not one of these conditions a. Supervisory position 12. Which of the following is most likely to be an overall response to fraud risks identified in an audit? a. Use less predictable audit procedures Chapter 7 1. Which of the following would be least likely to be considered an objective of internal control? a. Detecting management fraud 2. An entitys ongoing monitoring activities often include a. Management review of weekly performance reports 3. A primary objective of procedures performed to obtain an understanding of internal control is to provide the auditors with a. Knowledge necessary to determine the nature, timing, and extent of further audit procedures 4. An auditor may compensate for a weakness in internal control by increasing the extent of a. Substantive test of details 5. Controls over financial reporting are often classified as preventative, detective, or corrective. Which of the following is an example of a detective control? a. Preparing bank reconciliation 6. When a CPA decides that the work performed by internal auditors may have an effect on the nature, timing, and extent of the CPAs procedures, the CPA should consider the competence and objectivity of internal auditors. Relative to objectivity, the CPA should a. Consider the organizational level to which the internal auditors report the results of their work 7. Effective internal control in a small company that has an insufficient number of employees to permit proper separation of responsibilities can be improved by a. Direct participation by the owner in key record keeping and control activities of the business 8. Which of the following is not an advantage of establishing an enterprise risk management system with an organization? a. Eliminates all risk 9. Management of Warren Company has decided to respond to a particular risk by hedging the risk with future contracts. This is an example of? a. Avoidance 10. To have an adequate basis to issue a management report on internal control under Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, management must do all of the following EXCEPT: a. Establish internal control with no material weakness 11. When the auditors are performing a first time internal control audit in accordance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and PCAOB standards they must a. Test controls for all significant accounts Chapter 10 1. Which of the following controls would most likely reduce the risk of diversion of customer receipts by a clients employees? a. A bank lockbox system 2. To provide assurance that each voucher is submitted and paid only once, the auditor most likely would examine a sample of paid vouchers and determine whether each voucher is a. Stamped paid by the check signer 3. In testing controls over cash disbursements, the auditors most likely would determine that the person who signs checks also a. Is responsible for mailing the checks 4. To gather evidence regarding the balance per bank in a bank reconciliation, the auditors would examine any of the following EXCEPT a. General ledger 5. You have been assigned to the year-end audit of a financial institution and are planning the timing of the audit procedures relating to cash. You decide that is would be preferable to: a. Coordinate the count of cash with the count of marketable securities and other negotiable assets 6. Which of the following procedures would the auditors most likely perform to test controls relating to managements assertions about the completeness of cash receipts for cash sales of a retail outlet? a. Observe the consistency of the employees use of cash registers and tapes 7. Reconciliation of the bank account should not be performed by an individual who also a. Processes cash disbursements 8. The auditors suspect that a clients cashier is misappropriating cash receipts for personal use by lapping customer checks received in the mail. In attempting to uncover this embezzlement scheme, the auditors most likely would compare the a. Details of the bank deposit slips with details of credit to customer accounts 9. In order to guard against the misappropriation of company-owned marketable securities which of the following is the best course of action that can be taken by a company with a large portfolio of marketable portfolios? a. Require that the safekeeping function for securities be assigned to a bank or stockbroker that will act as a custodial agent 10. Hall Company has large amount of funds to invest on a temporary basis. The Board of Directors decided to purchase securities and derivatives and assigned the future purchase and sale decisions to a responsible financial executive. The best person or persons to make periodic reviews of the investment activity would be a. An investment committee of the board of directors 11. The auditors who physically examine securities should insist that a client representative be present in order to: a. Acknowledge the receipt of securities returned 12. The best way to verify the amounts of dividend revenue received during the year is a. Verification by reference to dividend record books Chapter 11 1. Which of the following is least likely to be considered an inherent risk relating to receivables and revenues? a. Over-recorded sales due to lack of control over the sales entry function 2. Which of the following would provide the most assurance concerning the valuation of accounts receivable? a. Assess the allowance for uncollectable accounts for reasonableness 3. Which of the following is most likely to be an example of fraudulent financial reporting relating to sales? a. Recording the sales when the customer is likely to return the goods 4. Which of the following is an example of misappropriation of assets relating to sales? a. Theft of cash register sales 5. There is a presumption that auditors will confirm accounts receivable the auditors assessment of the risk of material misstatement is low a. And accounts receivable are immaterial, or the use of confirmations would be ineffective 6. Which of the following is not among the criteria that ordinarily exist for revenue to be recognized? a. Delivery has occurred or is scheduled to occur in the near future 7. To determine that all sales have been recorded, the auditors would select a sample of transactions from the a. Shipping document file 8. Which of the following would most likely be detected by an auditors review of the clients sales cutoff? a. Inflated sales for the year 9. To test the existence assertion for recorded receivables, the auditors would select a sample from the a. Accounts receivable subsidiary ledger 10. Which assertion relating to sales is most directly addressed when the auditors compare a sample of shipping documents to related sales invoices? a. Completeness 11. Cooper, CPA, is auditing the financial statements of a small rural municipality. The receivable balance represents residents delinquent real estate taxes. Internal control at the municipality is weak. To determine the existence of the accounts receivable balances at the balance sheet date, Cooper would most likely: a. Send positive confirmation requests 12. Identify the control that is most likely to prevent the concealment of a cash shortage resulting from the improper write off of a trade account receivable a. Write offs must be approved by a responsible official after review of credit department recommendations and supporting evidence Chapter 12 1. Which of the following is LEAST likely to be among the auditors objectives in the audit of inventories and cost of goods sold? a. Establish that the client includes only inventories on hand at year-en in inventory totals 2. The receiving department is LEAST likely to be responsible for the a. Preparation of a shipping document 3. The document issued by a common carrier acknowledging the receipt of goods and setting forth the provision of the transportation agreement is the a. Bill of lading 4. What should be included as a part of inventory costs of a manufacturing company? a. Direct labor, raw materials, and factory overhead 5. The organization established by Congress to narrow the options in cost accounting that are available under GAAP is that? a. The Cost Accounting Standards Board 6. When a primary risk related to an audit is possible overstated inventory, the assertion most directly related is a. Existence 7. Instead of taking a physical inventory count on the balance sheet date, the client may take physical counts prior to year end if internal control is adequate and a. Well-kept records of perpetual inventory are maintained 8. The auditors analytical procedures will be facilitated if the client a. Uses a standard cost system that produces variance reports 9. When perpetual inventory records are maintained in quantities and in dollars, and internal control over inventory is weak, the auditor would probably a. Want the client to schedule the physical inventory count at the end of the year 10. Which of the following is the best audit procedure for the discovery of damaged merchandise in the clients ending inventory? a. Observe merchandise and raw materials during the clients physical inventory taking 11. McPherson Corp. does not make an annual physical count of year end inventories, but instead makes weekly test counts on the basis of a statistical plan. During the year, Sara Mullins, CPA, observes such counts has she deems necessary and is able to satisfy herself as to the reliability of the clients procedures. In reporting on the results of her examinations, Mullins, a. Can issue an unqualified opinion without disclosing that she did not observe year end inventories 12. The primary objective of a CPAs observation of a clients physical inventory count is to a. Obtain direct knowledge that the inventory exists and has been properly counted.

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Gregory BurnsLAB #2ECE-2025Section L01Rec: Prof. BordelonLecture: 11 AMJune 2, 2000[4.1]function [xx, tt] = add_cos(fk, Xk, fs, dur, tstart)% ADD_COS by Gregory Burns%% Function to synthesize a sum of cosine waves% fk = vector of frequencies%
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Gregory BurnsLAB #1ECE-2025Section L01Rec: Prof. BordelonLecture: 11 AMJune 2, 2000[2.0(a-d)]%Variable to be usedfrequency = 22050;cycles = 3;samples = 20;start = -1 / frequency;duration = cycles / frequency;a1 =a2 =phi1phi224;20;= 8.8
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Chapter 4 Page 116-134 Detention and Torture116 CAT is viewed as an authoritative assessment of a states compliance116 ISA used moderate torture116 Moderate physical pressure must be used for terrorists117 Committee fails to list certain things117 UN
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1. Israel is viewed as engaging in a Western colonization process.2. Israel, as the homeland of the Jewish people, serves as a guarantee against anotherHolocaust. The security of the Jewish people.Ethnocracy- Cultural Jewish and civilizationIs Israel
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ECO 106:406Chapter 121. Explain how an increase in the price level affects the real value of money.- A rise in the pricelevel means a lower value of money because each dollar now buys a smaller quantity of goodsand services.2. According to the quanti
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21 October 2010 ECO 106:406Chapter 11.........1) The term money refers to assets that people regularly use to buy goods and services. Money serves three functions.As a medium of exchange, it provides the item used to make transactions. As a un
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13 October 2010 ECO 106:406Chapter 10.......1) The three categories into which the Bureau of Labor Statistics divides everyone are employed, unemployed, and not inthe labor force. The labor force is the total number of workers, including both th
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ECO 106:406Chapter 9.......1) You are better off waiting for the future sum because it will yield a higher result.2) The general feature of insurance contracts is that a person facing a risk pays a fee to an insurance company, which inreturn ag
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ECO 106:406Chapter 81) The financial system consists of a group of institutions in the economy that help to match one persons saving withanother persons investment. The two markets that are a part of the financial system in the U.S. economy are the bon
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ECO 106:406Chapter 6.....1) A 10 percent increase in the price of chicken would have a greater effect on the consumer price index because itaffects the majority of consumers. Caviar is considered a luxury therefore the market is smaller because a
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23 September 2010 ECO 106:406Chapter 5......1) An economys income must equal its expenditure because they are essentially the same; every transaction has twoparties: a buyer and a seller. Every dollar of spending by some buyer is a dollar of inco
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ECO 106:406Chapter 4 Questions1) A competitive market is a type of market where there are many buyers and sellers, since there are so many buyers and sellers theyhave little to no impact on the market price. An example of a market that is not perfectly
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Chapter 2......1) Economy is like science because economists approach the market with the same kind of objectivity as a scientist.They try to simplify the economy in order to analyze it accordingly, they have to use an objective approach because i
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Chapter 1Questions for Review1) Time is an essential trade off in my life. While going to school there are various ways I have to manage my time. Forinstance, time is limited therefore I only have a certain amount of time to study for each subject effec
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Chapter 2: Vocabulary1. Comparison Group:a. A group in an experiment whose levels on the independent variable differfrom those of the treatment group in some intended and meaningful way2. Confederate:a. An actor who is directed by the researcher to p
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Chapter 3: Vocabulary1. Associative Claim:a. A claim about two variables, in which the level in one variable is said tovary systematically with the level of another variable, such that when onevariable changes, the other variable tends to change, too.