While technelegy er the fennula previded previeusly cculd be used te calculate the test statistic, in this
case, use technelegy. Find the test statistic.
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x = 3.401 (Reund te twe decimal places as needed.)
The test statistic fellews the chisquare distrib
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Burden 9f Prf  In general, the burden of proof falls on the taxpayer, but per IRC §7491 the
burden shifts to the IRS if the taxpayer;
I introduces credible factual evidence,
I Has proper records and substantiation, and
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Subject: Compliance with PCAOB rules and auditing standards
Facts
On August 1, 2011, Peter C. OToole and Darrin G. Estella, Ernst 8; Young's partner and
senior manager were charged with violating Public Company Accounting Oversight
Board (PCAOB) rules and
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lustratian: Brueg'ger Ce. wants to determine the future value ef Two Categer I 25
'sge,ene invested far 5 years compounded annually at an interest
rate ef11%.
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uture Value of an Ordinary Annuity uture Value ofan Ordinary Annuity
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EXimP'HmPutrtion of Rant t the and of each of the next ; years, earning interest o
Under which ef the fellewing cenditiens will the FIFO methed preduce the same cest ef geedg
[manufactured as the weightedaverage methed'?I
I A. There is ne ending inventery.
3" . There is ne beginning inventerv
C. The beginning and ending inventeries are