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4. The quiz contains ten multiple choice questions worth 4 points each, for a
total of 40 points. It is your responsibility to make sure your exam
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make sure they check your name off of their class list. 1. Which of the following users will be most interested in a firm’s
ability to repay its debts or obligations?
A. present and potential investors
B. the Internal Revenue Service
C. the firm’s accountants and auditors
D. present and potential creditors
2. A firm pays an account payable. This transaction
A. increases both assets and liabilities.
B. decreases both assets and liabilities.
C. increases assets and decreases liabilities.
D. decreases assets and increases liabilities.
3. The balance sheet shows the reader
A. the financial position of a firm at a point in time.
B. the financial position of a firm over time.
C. a detailed report of the results of operations at a point in time.
D. a detailed report of the results of operations over time.
E. the resale values of all assets owned by the firm.
4. The Best Corporation began the current year with assets of $250,000 and
liabilities of $170,000. During the year stockholders’ equity increased
by $50,000 and liabilities decreased by $20,000. Total assets
A. increased by $50,000
B. increased by $30,000
C. increased by $70,000
D. decreased by $30,000
E. decreased by $70,000
5. According to the auditor’s report, financial statements are the
A. the certified public accountants who audit the financial statements
B. the accounta