FRT-MTR - CONTENTS Preface to the Instructor Supplementary...

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CONTENTS Preface to the Instructor Supplementary Materials and Teaching Aids Chapter 1 Users and Uses of Financial Statements Chapter 2 The Recording Process Chapter 3 Adjusting the Accounts Chapter 4 Completion of the Accounting Cycle Chapter 5 Accounting for Merchandising Operations Chapter 6 Accounting Principles Chapter 7 Internal Control and Cash Chapter 8 Accounting for Receivables Chapter 9 Inventories Chapter 10 Plant Assets, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets Chapter 11 Liabilities Chapter 12 Corporations: Organization, Stock Transactions, Dividends and Retained Earnings Chapter 13 Investments Chapter 14 The Statement of Cash Flows Chapter 15 Financial Statement Analysis Appendix B Time Value of Money iii
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Appendix C Payroll Accounting Appendix D Special Journals and Subsidiary Ledgers Appendix E Other Significant Liabilities iv
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PREFACE TO THE INSTRUCTOR The presentation of the subject matter of the fifteen chapters in Financial Accounting is followed by questions, brief exercises, exercises, problems, a financial reporting problem, a decision case, a com- munication activity, a group activity, an ethics case, and a critical thinking: real-world focus problem. This Solutions Manual contains suggested answers to the questions and complete solutions to all of these assignment items, including solutions to the end-of-chapter material for Appendices B B E. Assignment Classification Table . A unique feature of our Solutions Manual is a table that categorizes the end-of-chapter items (questions, brief exercises, exercises, problems, and alternate problems) by key topics in each chapter. Assignment Characteristics Table . Each chapter of this Solutions Manual contains a table offering (1) a short description of each problem and alternate problem, (2) an indication of the level of difficulty (sim- ple, moderate, or complex), and (3) the estimated time in minutes. Bloom's Taxonomy Table . Each chapter features a correlation chart showing the relationship between Bloom's taxonomy of learning and study objective for each end-of-chapter item, allowing for more targeted assignments and assessment. Questions. The questions at the end of each chapter provide a basis for classroom discussion of the topics presented in the chapter and serve as an aid to the students in testing their understanding of the text materials. They deal with both conceptual and procedural matters. The sequence of questions gen- erally corresponds to the topical coverage in the text. Full and complete answers to these questions are presented in this manual. Brief Exercises . Each brief exercise focuses on one of the study objectives listed at the beginning of the chapter. Because these brief exercises are straightforward and simple, they build the student's confidence and test basic skills. Exercises.
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FRT-MTR - CONTENTS Preface to the Instructor Supplementary...

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