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12. Book value per share of common stock is derived by which of the following12. Book value per share of common stock is derived by which of the followingA. Stockholders equity divided by the number of shares authorized.A. Stockholders equity divided by the number of shares authorized.B. Stockholders equity divided by the number of shares outstanding.B. Stockholders equity divided by the number of shares outstanding.C. Net income divided by the number of shares outstandingC. Net income divided by the number of shares outstandingD. Net income divided by the number of shares authorized.D. Net income divided by the number of shares authorized.
3Essay:Essay:What would be the ethical implications ofWhat would be the ethical implications of not having a regulatory framework,not having a regulatory framework,such as GAAP, FASB, the SEC and other agencies to set the rules and oversee thesuch as GAAP, FASB, the SEC and other agencies to set the rules and oversee the production and disclosure of financial accounting information? production and disclosure of financial accounting information?
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Term
Spring
Professor
JeffThomson
Tags
Balance Sheet, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Financial Accounting Standards Board

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