Reading Questions for Exodus 1 and 2
1) On the first day, they came to the wilderness of _.
2) Now, if you obey me completely and keep my _you will be my
3) All who touch the mountain must be _.
4) Be ready for the third d
Strengthen your quantitative reasoning skills while helping you become more aware of the judgments, estimates
and assumptions underlying much numerical information.
Provide an adequate knowledge base constructively to question those ju
John F. Welch College of Business
Sacred Heart University
AC-222-C MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING & CONTROL
Fall 2016 - Course Syllabus
Thursdays: 5:00 pm 7:30 pm
Room 105 University Commons
Professor: Douglas B. Boothroyd MBA, CMA, CFM
Review for Quiz on Chapters 1 and 2
The following are the items you need to know for the quiz on chapters 1 and 2.
Items include only as far as we covered.
1. The scientific method: What it means, and the parts of it in order, and what they also
This assignment is intended to give you some exposure to the financial markets. The assignment is an
investment game. You can find the game at:
The password to access the game is finan
1. In determining auditor independence, the SEC considers which
of the following as an independence impairment? (pg. 137)
An auditor performs the accounting work and then audits it.
An auditor has no conflicting interest with the client.
1. The first general standard of the PCAOB requires that an audit be
performed by which type of person?
An auditor with seasoned judgment in varying degrees of supervision and
An auditor with appropriate technical training and proficiency.
Balance Related Audit
evaluations of financial
information through analysis
of plausible relationships
among financial and
8 objectives must be met before the auditor can conclu
1. Which the following is not a reason for a public company to
receive an audit?
Potential bias in providing information.
Closeness between a user and the organization.
Complexity of the processing systems.
Remoteness between a user and the or
Audit Theory and Practice Chapter 7 UWB
Study online at quizlet.com/_1agqpt
evaluations of financial information
through analysis of plausible relationships
among financial and non-financial data
Acceptable Audit Risk
Client Business Risk
a measure of how willing the auditor
is to accept that the financial
statements may be materially
misstated after the audit is
completed and an unqualified
opinion has bee