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4.Cis the best answer. This situation would not be a prudent use of the information acquired in the course of the internal auditor’s duties or work and could be detrimental to the legitimate and ethical objectives of the company, thus impairing confidentiality (rule 3.1). The situation does not apply to the principles of integrity or objectivity. Privacy is not one of the principles of the Code.5.Cis the best answer. Due care does not vary because the independent outside auditor is going to look at the workpapers. The factors in the other choices would all be part of what needs to be considered todetermine due care (see 1220.A1).6.Dis the best answer. Standard 1130.A1 states that objectivity is presumed to be impaired if an internal auditor provides assurance services for an activity for which the auditor was responsible within the previous year. The actions depicted in the other choices do not impair the internal auditor’s objectivity.7.Dis the best answer. Each of the three items listed is a component of the Standards.8.Bis the best answer. Standard 1220.A1 states that “Internal auditors must exercise due professional care by considering the:Extent of work needed to achieve the engagement’s objectives;Relative complexity, materiality, or significance of matters to which assurance procedures are applied;Adequacy and effectiveness of governance, risk management, and control processes;Probability of significant errors, fraud, or noncompliance; andCost of assurance in relation to potential benefits.”9.Ais the best answer. A new Position Paper requires a 30-day exposure period to local IIA institutes. A new Practice Advisory requires no exposure period. A new standard requires a 90-day public exposure period. A new definition in the Standardsglossary is considered part of the Standardsand requires a 90-day exposure period.