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Liabilities are present obligations arising from past

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73. Liabilities are present obligations arising from past events.True FalseThe correct answer is 'True'.
74.The acquisition and disposal of long-term assets, including investments not considered cashequivalents are parts of an investing activities.
75.Cash flows are categorized into three types; these activities does not determine the purpose forwhich the cash has been used.The correct answer is 'True'.
FABM 2ndSEMAMALEAKS.BLOGSPOT.COMThese are resources of the firm which were taken by the owner for personal use.
Net LossQuestion 1CorrectMark 1.00 out of 1.00Not flaggedFlag question
Question textIncome statement for merchandising businesses usually have how manysections? Select one: a. 7 C3
58Question 2CorrectMark 1.00 out of 1.00Not flaggedFlag questionQuestion textThe heading of a statement of income usually consists of the following except:
Question 3IncorrectMark 0.00 out of 1.00Not flaggedFlag questionQuestion textIt represents the right of the owner over the resources of the
Question 4CorrectMark 1.00 out of 1.00Not flaggedFlag questionQuestion textHow many sections do income statement for merchandising businesses usually
8Question 5CorrectMark 1.00 out of 1.00Not flaggedFlag questionQuestion text
The story of the success, or failure, of operations is shown in the _______________________.Select one:Statement of Income CAll of the choices
ReportBalance SheetQuestion 6IncorrectMark 0.00 out of 1.00Not flaggedFlag questionQuestion textIt represents the total amount of inventory on hand.

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