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Learning Check 11-6 a. Briefly describe three strategies for testing internal controls when information technology is used for significant accounting processing . b. Identify two strategies that might be used to support a low control risk assessment. Discuss the difference between the two strategies. c. Discuss a third audit strategy that might be used to assess control risk at a high level. Explain why this strategy will not support a low control risk assessment. Learning Check 11-8 What are the advantages and disadvantages of the computer-assisted audit technique known as parallel simulation? Learning Check 11-9 a. What is the difference between the conventional test data approach and the integrated
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Unformatted text preview: test facility approach? b. In lieu of traditional testing, what approaches can be used in on-line entry/on-line processing systems? Learning Check 13-8 List the steps involved in selecting and evaluating a nonstatistical or a statistical sample for tests of controls. Identify the professional judgments that must be made associated with each step . Assignment from Text-Week #5 Percent Comments: Learning Check – 11-6 Learning Check – 11-8 Learning Check – 11-9 Learning Check - 13-8 Possible Correct : 15 Earned See score in the body of you paper. Number of questions correct : Percent Earned Comments: Points Possible 7.5 Percent Earned x Points Possible Points earned:...
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