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Chapter 2 / Exercise 2-5
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1. What is the primary objective of financial reporting? a. To help investors make credit decisions. b. To help management assess cash flows. c. To protect users from fraudulent financial information. d. To provide useful information for decision making ANSWER: d
2. “Claims to economic resources” are known as: b
3. Which of the following is not an objective of financial reporting? d
4. Which of the following statements is true concerning external users of financial information? c
5. Relevant information can be quantitative or qualitative. In deciding whether to go to college part-time or full-time, which of the following is a qualitative factor for a student? a. The cost of tuition b. The opportunity to make friends c. The price of football tickets d. “Good Student” discounts on auto insurance rates. ANSWER: b
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6. The preparation of financial statements requires that the information be understandable: b
7. Cook, Inc., a manufacturer of tires, has given you its most recent annual report in an effort to obtain a sizable loan. The company is very profitable and appears to have a sound financial position. Based on a report presented on prime-time television last night, you are aware that Cook is a defendant in several lawsuits related to its defective tires that cause vehicles to overturn. The information presented on television is an example of financial information that is: a

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