Bear, Acct 425, Assignment 9-1

Bear, Acct 425, Assignment 9-1 - D1. An enterprises...

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D1. An enterprise’s financing cycle model includes a cash entity with the attributes cash account number, account type, and account balance. The same enterprise’s payroll cycle model includes a cash entity with the attributes cash account ID, cash account type, and cash account location. a. If the enterprise integrates the financing and payroll views, how many cash entities should the integrated view include? If the enterprise only has one cash account then they would only need to include one cash entity if they integrated the financing and payrolls views. b. What attributes should the integrated model include for the cash entities? Cash account ID, Cash account type, cash account balance, and cash account location. c. What questions do you need to ask (or assumptions do you need to make) to determine the answer to question (b)? I am making the assumption that Cash account ID and cash account number are the same attributes, just labeled differently. The same thing can be assumed on
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course ACCT 425 taught by Professor Terawooten-tanner during the Summer '10 term at Franklin.

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Bear, Acct 425, Assignment 9-1 - D1. An enterprises...

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