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31) Horizontal analysis is also called  A. linear analysis. B. trend analysis. C. common size analysis. D. vertical analysis. 32) In analyzing financial statements, horizontal analysis is a  A. requirement. B. principle. C. theory. D. tool. 33) Vertical analysis is also known as  A. perpendicular analysis. B. trend analysis. C. straight-line analysis. D. common size analysis. 34) Having one person post entries to accounts receivable subsidiary ledger  and a different person post to the Accounts Receivable Control account in the  general ledger is an example of  A. inadequate internal control. B. external verification. C. segregation of duties. D. duplication of effort. 35) Internal controls are concerned with  A. only manual systems of accounting.
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B. the extent of government regulations. C. preparing income tax returns.
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