In a financial statement audit inherent risk is evaluated to help an auditor

In a financial statement audit inherent risk is

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16) In a financial statement audit, inherent risk is evaluated to help an auditor assess which of thefollowing? A) The internal audit department's objectivity in reporting a material misstatement of a financial statement assertion it detects to the audit committee B) The risk the internal control system will not detect a material misstatement of a financial statement assertion C) The risk that the audit procedures implemented will not detect a material misstatement of a financial statement assertion D) The susceptibility of a financial statement assertion to a material misstatement assumingthere are no related controls 17) Which of the following statements is not true? 18) An auditor who audits a business cycle that has low inherent risk should: 1) If an auditor believes the chance of financial failure is high and there is a corresponding increase in business risk for the auditor, acceptable audit risk would likely:
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2) When management has an adequate level of integrity for the auditor to accept the engagement but cannot be regarded as completely honest in all dealings, auditors normally: A) reduce acceptable audit risk and increase inherent risk. B) reduce inherent risk and control risk. C) increase inherent risk and control risk. D) increase acceptable audit risk and reduce inherent risk3) When the auditor is attempting to determine the extent to which external users rely on a client's financial statements, they may consider several factors except for:
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