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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 11 Stockholders’ Equity OVERVIEW OF EXERCISES, PROBLEMS, AND CASES Estimated Time in Learning Outcomes Exercises Minutes Level 1. Understand the concept of stockholders’ equity and identify the 1 10 Easy components of the Stockholders’ Equity category of the balance 2 10 Mod sheet and the accounts found in each component. 2. Show that you understand the characteristics of common and preferred stock and the differences between the classes of stock. 3. Determine the financial statement impact when stock is 3 10 Mod issued for cash or other consideration. 4 20 Mod 4. Describe the financial statement impact of stock treated as 5 15 Mod treasury stock. 6 15 Mod 5. Compute the amount of cash dividends when a firm has 7 10 Mod issued both preferred and common stock. 8 15 Mod 6. Show that you understand the difference between cash 9 15 Mod and stock dividends and the effect of stock dividends. 7. Determine the difference between stock dividends and stock 10 15 Diff splits. 11 15 Diff 8. Show that you understand the statement of stockholders’ 12 10 Easy equity and comprehensive income. 13 15 Diff 9. Understand how investors use ratios to evaluate stockholders’ 14 5 Mod equity. 10. Explain the effects that transactions involving stockholders’ 15 5 Mod equity have on the statement of cash flows. 16 5 Mod 17 5 Mod 18 5 Easy 11. Describe the important differences between the sole 19 15 Mod proprietorship and partnership forms of organization 20 10 Mod versus the corporate form. (Appendix) *Exercise, problem, or case covers two or more learning outcomes Level = Difficulty levels: Easy; Moderate (Mod); Difficult (Diff) 111 112 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS MANUAL Problems Estimated and Time in Learning Outcomes Alternates Minutes Level 1. Understand the concept of stockholders’ equity and identify the 1 20 Mod components of the Stockholders’ Equity category of the balance 12* 15 Mod sheet and the accounts found in each component. 14* 15 Diff 2. Show that you understand the characteristics of common 2 15 Mod and preferred stock and the differences between the classes of stock. 3. Determine the financial statement impact when stock is 13* 20 Mod issued for cash or other consideration. 4. Describe the financial statement impact of stock treated as 12* 15 Mod treasury stock. 13* 20 Mod 14* 15 Mod 5. Compute the amount of cash dividends when a firm has 3 20 Mod issued both preferred and common stock. 6. Show that you understand the difference between cash 4 15 Diff and stock dividends and the effect of stock dividends. 7. Determine the difference between stock dividends and stock 5 20 Mod splits. 13* 20 Mod 8. Show that you understand the statement of stockholders’ 6 20 Mod equity and comprehensive income. 7 10 Mod 9. Understand how investors use ratios to evaluate stockholders’ equity....
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 Spring '07
 Largay
 Financial Accounting, Balance Sheet, Corporate Finance, Dividend

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