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What is the accountants role in the computer acquisition process? Should the accountant play an active
role, or should all the work be left to computer experts? In what aspects of computer acquisition might
an accountant provide a useful contribution?
Initial Outlay Costs - See Formula Below
Initial Systems Design
One-Time Initial Training
Change in Net Working Capital
$0 Inventory decreases $150,000 b
Why is it not necessary to model activities such as entering information about
customers or suppliers, mailing invoices to customers, and recording invoices
received from suppliers as events in an REA diagram?
There is no need to explicitly model activi
1 The approach to long-range AIS planning described in this chapter is important for large
organizations with extensive investments in computer facilities. Should small organizations
with far fewer information systems employees attempt to implement planni
INCOME STATEMENT AND RELATED INFORMATION
IFRS questions are available at the end of this chapter.
0.25 out of 0.25 points
The IASB is considering a proposal to provide expanded guidance on
estimating fair values.
0.25 out of 0.25 points
A conceptual framework is a coherent system o
1 out of 1 points
During 2014 the DLD Company had a net income of $75,000. In addition,
selected accounts showed the following changes:
What was the amount of cash provided by operating activities?
0.5 out of 0.5 points
A trial balance
All of these answer choices are correct.
proves that debits and credits are equal in the ledger.
supplies a listing of open accounts and their balances that
are used in preparing
0.5 out of 0.5 points
The accountant for the Lintz Sales Company is preparing the income
statement for 2014 and the balance sheet at December 31, 2014. The
January 1, 2014 merchandise inventory balance will appear
Contrast the logical and the physical view of data and discuss why separate views are
necessary in database applications. Describe which perspective is most useful for each of the
following employees: a programmer, a manager, and an internal auditor. Ho
Identify the DFD elements in the following narrative: A customer purchases a few
items from a local grocery store. Jill, a salesclerk, enters the transaction in the cash
register and takes the customers money. At closing, Jill gives both the c
2. Determine due date and interest on notes
Determine the due date and the amount of interest due at maturity
on the following
Date of Note
a. January 6
b. March 23
c. May 30
d. August 30
e. October 1
September 8, 2016
Homework assignment Week 2
Chapter 3 *-read the chapter
E3-8 Answer each of the following independent questions concerning supplies and the
adjustment for supplies.
a. The balance in the supplies account, before a
3. Campbell Soup Co. had the following assets and liabilities (in millions) at the end of 20Y1.
a. Determine the stockholders equity of Campbell Soup at the end of 20Y1. $6,862 $5,774 = 1088
b. If assets decrease
2. Abby Bergen has recently been hired as the manager of Stellas Coffee,
a national chain of franchised coffee shops. During her first month as
store manager, Abby encountered the following internal control situati
Chapter 4 Homework
Determining Gross Profit
During the current year, merchandise is sold for $3,750,000. The cost of
the merchandise sold is $2,550,000.
a. What is the amount of the gross profit?
$3,750,000 - $2,550,000 = 1,200,
Fall 2015 - November 4, 2015
The Enron scandal was exposed in October 2001. It eventually ran to the bankruptcy of
the Enron Corporation. It was an American energy company founded in Houston, Texas, and the
1) Explain the impact of SAS No. 99 on auditors' responsibilities.
SAS No.99, effective December 2002, requires that auditors explicitly consider fraud risks when
planning and performing an audit. Auditors must understand types and characteristics of fra
The value of information is the difference between the benefits realized from using that
information and the costs of producing it. Would you, or any organization, ever produce
information if its expected costs exceeded its benefits? If so, pr
With respect to the data processing cycle, explain the phrase garbage in, garbage out. How can
you prevent this from happening?
When garbage, defined as errors, is allowed into a system that error is processed and the resultant
BUDGETING AND STANDARD COST SYSTEMS
COCA-COLA ENTERPRISESDALLAS PLANT
Direct Materials Purchases Budget
For the Month Ending October 31
Concentrate 2-Liter Bottles Carbonated Water
6 Materials req