Auditing Concepts - Module E Exercises, Problem, & Simulations E.67

Auditing Concepts - Module E Exercises, Problem, & Simulations E.67

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ACCT_4263_61: Auditing Concepts Module E: Exercise, Problems, Simulations #E.67 E.67 Sampling and Nonsampling Risk a. 1. Sampling Risk : The sampling risk would be influenced by individual’s working-out in the morning if they are more actively-motivated and regimented than other individuals who work out at
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other points of the day. Consequently, the higher degrees of motivation and self- regimentation displayed by individuals would contribute to and show a greater degree of weight loss. Nonsampling Risk : The Nonsampling Risk would not be a factor in the process of determination of this sample. 2. Sampling Risk : Sampling risk would be influenced if males are more predisposed to weight loss related to the workout and diet regiments than females. Nonsampling Risk : The Nonsampling Risk would not be a factor in the process of determination of this sample. 3. Sampling Risk : Sampling risk would be influenced if by the demands of their daily routines of the individuals. The structure of some peoples’ lives allows for them to have a greater
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2011 for the course ACCT 4263 taught by Professor Chaplin during the Fall '11 term at Fairleigh Dickinson.

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Auditing Concepts - Module E Exercises, Problem, & Simulations E.67

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