R. Buckminster Fulfer:
The word 'science' as defined by Eddington, and generally agreed to by
Pasadena group scientists, is extraordinarily simple - to wit:
'Science is the attempt (continuity or time wor
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I908 Adolf Loos:
Ornament and crime
Adolf Loos (b. | 870 in Brno, d. I933 in Vienna) brought back with him to Vienna
from his three-year stay in the United States (l8936) a remark of Louis
Sullivan's: 'It could only benet us iffor atime we were to abandon
Author(s): Lawrence Buell
Source: Critical Inquiry, Vol. 24, No. 3 (Spring, 1998), pp. 639-665
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Notes on Art as/and Land Reclamation
Author(s): Robert Morris
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The movie 2001, A Space Odyssey (1968) is imaginative even today. We can imagine
how Kubrick created these scenes of zero gravity space with superb use of lens half a
century ago. Artificial gravity and zero gravity space allow Kubrick to represent the ou
The Love Canal Area became a kind of extreme environment since the spill of toxic chemical which
is unsuitable for human to live. It seems impossible to revitalize the area because of the soil
pollution. LCARA is trying to alter this impossibility. Im mos
From my point of view, the reading mainly talks about the effect of unclear experiment and
its interaction with different domains in arts like photograph and architecture. The author
argues the unclear experiment and arts are related and can affect each o
Architecture from the Baroque to the Present AUD 103
tment of Architecture and Urban Design Spring 201 ‘1
d Thursdays, 1 1:OOam—12:1 5pm Perloff Hall, Room 1 1 02
h TA: Mfg .hg g4 Kogggkio
3 pts each 30 pts 10 minutes
ions 2 pts each 20
HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN: PREHISTORY TO MANNERISM
listory of Architecture from Antiquity to the Renaissance AUD 10A
ICLA Department of Architecture and Urban DeSign Spring 2010
'uesdays and Thursdays. 1 1 OOam-1 2:15pm Perioff Halli Room 1 1 O2
lame: 7 V TA: mm“
Iiclterm Examination _ _1_ _:_
Operational and Governmental Compliance Auditing
In a broad sense, society benefits from internal auditing
because the internal auditor
Encourages corporate compliance with standards of
Promotes the efficient and e
Other Assurance Services
1. A study and evaluation of internal control made in
connection with an annual audit is usually not sufficient
to express an opinion on an entity's internal control
Weaknesses in the system may go unno
Substantive Audit Testing:
Auditor confirmation of accounts payable balances at the
balance sheet date may be unnecessary because
This is a duplication of cutoff tests.
Accounts payable balances at the balance s
Substantive Audit Testing: Financing and
Which of the following expressions is least likely to be
included in a client's representation letter?
No events have occurred subsequent to the balance sheet
date that requir
Assessment of Control Risk
Which of the following is ordinarily considered a test of
internal control procedures?
Send confirmation letters to banks.
Count and list cash on hand.
Examine signatures on checks.
Internal Control and Computer Based Information
In the weekly computer run to prepare payroll checks, a
check was printed for an employee who had been
terminated the previous week. Which of the
controls, if pro
Statistical Sampling for Testing Control
Auditors who prefer statistical sampling to non-statistical
sampling may do so because statistical sampling helps the
Measure the sufficiency of the evidential matter
The basic concept of internal control which recognizes that
the cost of internal control should not exceed the benefits
expected to be derived is known as
Management by exception.
Audit Risk and Materiality
An auditor compares 2002 revenues and expenses with those
the prior year and investigates all changes exceeding
10%. By this procedure the auditor would be most likely to
An increase in prope
Audit Evidence and Audit Programs
The permanent file section of the working papers that is
kept for each audit client most likely contains
Review notes pertaining to questions and comments
regarding the audit work performed.
Maintaining Professional Responsibility:
Regulation and Legal Liability
A CPA firm studies its personnel advancement experience to
ascertain whether individuals meeting stated criteria are
assigned increased degrees of responsibility.
Defining Professional Responsibility:
Quality Standards and Ethics
Which of the following did not result at least partially due
to the alleged audit failures of the 1980s and 1990s?
The Treadway Report.
An SAS further defin
Auditing, Attestation, and Assurance
The single feature that most clearly distinguishes auditing,
attestation, and assurance is
Type of service.
Training required to perform the service.
Scope of services.
CPAs approach to the service.
Professional Exam Adapted
LO3: Target costing
Chapter 3 Systems Design: Job-Order Costing
1. Job-order costing is used in manufacturing companies and process costing is used in
Ans: False AACSB: Reflective Thinking AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Reportin