An auditor is likely to use four types of procedures

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2) An auditor is likely to use four types of procedures to support the operating effectiveness of internal controls. Which of the following would generally notbe used? 3) Which of the following represents a correct statement regarding internal control testing? 4) An auditor traces the sales prices to the authorized price list in effect at the date of the transaction. Which of the following procedures has the auditor performed? 5) Tests of controls 6) Which of the following is an accurate statement relating to the extent of procedures? 7) When testing manual or automated controls, 8) Which of the following is true regarding the relationship between tests of controls and procedures to obtain an understanding? 9) When a client uses a service center for processing transactions,B) auditing standards require the auditor to test the service center's controls if the service center application involves processing significant financial data.1) Which of the following is a correct statement? 1) How must significant deficiencies and material weaknesses be communicated to those charged with governance? 2) Auditors often identify less significant internal control-related issues, as well as opportunities for the clientto make operational improvements in the 3) The auditor will issue an unqualified opinion on internal control over financial reporting when 4) What type of report is issued when one or more material internal control weaknesses exist? 5) Which of the following is true regarding the auditor's opinion on the effectiveness of internal control?
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