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Unformatted text preview: Investing activities Purchase and sale of land, buildings, or equipment. Purchase and sale of certain investment securities. Financing activities Selling stock, paying cash dividends, and borrowing money and repaying loans. Q8) How are depreciation the similar noncash items treated on a statement of cash flows? It is being treated as an expense the company incurred through the process of the company’s investments (p.619). PE13-5)Ending cash balance = 215 + 3460 – 3730 + 398 = $ 243 EX13-18) 1) I, OA 2) O, OA 3) I, IA 4) I, IA 5) O, IA 6) I, NOS 7) I, FA 8) O, OA 9) O, IA 10) O, OA 11) O, OA 12) I, FA 13) I, OA 14) N, IA 15) O, OA...
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course ACC 230 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '10 term at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
- Summer '10