Chapter 13 The Accounts Payable/Cash Disbursement (AP/CD) Process
TRUE/FALSE 1. The cashier is responsible for processing vendor invoices, preparing payment vouchers, and recording purchase and disbursement transactions. ANS: F 2. The notification of an o
Chapter 16The General Ledger and Business Reporting
1. The GL/BR process is an interacting structure of people, equipment,
methods, and controls that is designed to accomplish both operations and
information system functions.
Chapter 14The Human Resources Process (HR) Management and Payroll Process
1. A job time ticket is the source document used in the payroll system to determine the hours for which
an employee should be paid.
2. Attendance time records refl
Chapter 1-Introduction to Accounting Information Systems
TRUE/FALSE 1. The three themes of the text are enterprise systems, E-Business, and internal control. ANS: T 2. In an assurance service the accountant will provide the original information used for d
Chapter 2 - Enterprise Systems
TRUE/FALSE 1. One of the primary goals of implementing an ERP system is to standardize processes and
ANS: T 2. Communicating via separate databases is easier than with an ERP ANS: F 3. ERP systems result in more accu
Chapter 3-Electronic Business (E-Business) Systems
TRUE/FALSE 1. The involvement of two or more individuals and/or organizations in the completion of electronicbased business events is referred to as electronic commerce ANS: T 2. Immediate mode is the dat
Chapter 4-Documenting Information Systems
TRUE/FALSE 1. In a DFD, a bubble symbol shown below depicts a function or a process within which
incoming data flows are transformed into outgoing data flows.
ANS: T 2. In a DFD, a square represents an internal en
Chapter 7-Controlling Information Systems: Introduction to Internal Control
TRUE/FALSE 1. Fraud is the possibility that an event or action will cause an organization to fail to meet its objectives (or goals). ANS: F 2. Management is legally responsible fo
Chapter 8-Controlling Information Systems: IT Processes
TRUE/FALSE 1. The "Computer Crime and Security Survey" works each year with Computer Intrusion Squad of the FBI. ANS: T 2. Data are objects in their widest sense. ANS: T 3. IT resources that are the
Chapter 9-Controlling Information Systems: Business Process Controls
TRUE/FALSE 1. Specifying control goals is the first step in building a control matrix. ANS: T 2. In the control matrix the M stands for present controls. ANS: F 3. A control matrix is a
Chapter 10The Order Entry/Sales (OE/S) Process
Buy-side systems are designed to allow a company to market sell deliver and service goods
and services to customers throughout the world via the Internet.
XML is a generalized system for the cu
Chapter 11The Billing/Accounts Receivable/ Cash Receipts (B/AR/CR) Process
A purchasing statement is a business document designed to inform the payee of the invoices
or other items covered by the check amount.
The accounts receivable master
Chapter 12The Purchasing Process
1. As used in the purchasing process chapter, the term goods and services refers to raw materials,
merchandise, supplies, fixed assets, or intangible assets.
2. The purchasing manager usually performs maj
Chapter 15-Integrated Production Processes (IPP)
TRUE/FALSE 1. Production systems facilitate integration of all aspects of product design, marketing, and manufacturing. ANS: F 2. Product life cycle management systems are add-ons or additional ERP modules
What Is a Plant?
Notion of plants:
an immobile, green organism that we eat, mow,
and use for decoration and shade
Not all plants are green, and some plants
Many plants do not look or seem like plants at
Stem- portion of vascular plants that commonly
bears leaves and buds.
It usually is aerial, upright, and elongate, but
may be highly modified in structure.
The chief functions of stems are the production
and support of leaves and reproductive
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Abuses of Energy
The image above shows how energy is being abused. We can see that a lot of
appliances are used in the house at the same time. There are also some appliances that were
turned on but were not necessary to use.
The light b
All things are made up of cells.
The cell is the structural and functional unit
of living things.
Cells come from preexisting cells.
Important people who contributed to
the development of the Cell Theory:
Robert Hooke - coined the te
General Parts of the Cell
1. Cell Membrane
the gateway to the cell
allow cell recognition
provide binding site for enzymes
Cell Membrane Components
Polar head is hydrophilic
CONSTITUENTS OF THE
* Four major elements: C, H, O & N - (96%
of the materials present in the human
Other elements: Ca, P, K, & S - about 3% of
the body weight)
Minute amounts: Fe, I, Mn, Na, Cl, Mg, Co, Zn,
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Energy transformation is the process of changing energy from one form to another. This process is
happening all the time, both in the world and
The structure and organization of nonliving
and living things arise from the fundamental
THE CELL CYCLE
Components of Cell Cycle:
Preparation for division
Formation of 2 daughter cells
Cell Cycle includes:
1. Mitosis period of active division
2. Interphase period of nondivision in
Reproductive Morphology of
The region of the floral shoot where the
flower parts are attached is the
The outermost whorl of floral parts is
comprised of sepals, collectively called
Petals, together called
Leaves range in size from the pinheadsized leaves of watermeal to the 20-meter
fronds of tropical palm trees.
They range in number from the millions of
leaves on American elms to those of
Welwitschia mirabilis, that grows only two
leaves during i
Photosynthesis packages the energy of light into organic
molecules using CO2 and water as the raw materials to
manufacture the organic products.
Photosynthetic organisms are autotrophs.
Plant Tissue Systems help us understand the
Evolution of Life on Land.
Plants evolved from algae 450 million years
ago and then diversified and invaded land.
As a result, they evolved rapidly and became
Roots and Root Systems
Kinds of Root Systems
The first root to emerge from a seed is the
radicle, or primary root.
In most dicots, the radicle enlarges to form
a prominent taproot that persists
throughout the life of the plant.