# ACC 555/ACC555 Final Exam (PERFECT SOLUTION) - 92301

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1.            The 10,000 accounts receivable of DEF Company have a total book value of \$120,000. A CPA has selected and audited a sample of 100 accounts with a total book value of \$1,000 and an audited value of \$1,200.

Using the ratio estimation technique, the estimated total audited value of the population is:

A.           \$100,000.

B.            \$120,000.

C.            \$140,000.

D.            \$144,000

2              The 10,000 accounts receivable of DEF Company have a total book value of \$120,000. A CPA has selected and audited a sample of 100 accounts with a total book value of \$1,000 and an audited value of \$1,200.

Using the mean-per-unit estimation technique, the estimated total audited value of the population is:

A.           \$100,000.

B.            \$120,000.

C.            \$140,000.

D.            \$144,000.

3              Using the mean-per-unit estimation method an auditor has properly calculated the estimated total audited value of a population as \$200,000. Her sample included 200 of the population's 40,000 items. She found that, in her sample the average audited value was \$1 less than the average book value. What was the average audited value in the sample?

A.            \$4.

B.            \$5.

C.            \$6.

D.            \$10.

4              Using difference estimation, an auditor has taken a sample of 200 from a population's 40,000 items; that population has a book value of \$200,000. She found that in her sample the average audited value was \$4.20, while the average book value was \$5.20. What is the estimated total audited value of the population?

A.            \$160,000.

B.            \$161,538.

C.            \$168,000.

D.            \$200,000.

5.            Using ratio estimation, an auditor has taken a sample of 200 from a population's 40,000 items; that population has a book value of \$200,000. She found that in her sample the average audited value was \$4.20, while the average book value was \$5.20. What is the estimated total audited value of the population?

A.            \$160,000.

B.            \$161,538.

C.            \$168,000.

D.            \$200,000.

6.            Using mean-per-unit estimation, an auditor has taken a sample of 200 from a population's 40,000 items; that population has a book value of \$200,000. She found that in her sample the average audited value was \$4.20, while the average book value was \$5.20. What is the estimated total audited value of the population?

A.           \$160,000.

B.            \$161,538.

C.            \$168,000.

D.            \$200,000.

7.            If the projected misstatement in a nonstatistical sampling is \$8,000, while the tolerable misstatement is \$9,000, what would an auditor likely conclude?

A.           Since the projected misstatement is less than the tolerable misstatement, the account is not misstated.

B.            Since the projected misstatement is less than the tolerable misstatement, the account is misstated.

C.            The risk is high that the account is materially misstated.

D.            The analysis has been improperly performed since the projected misstatement is unequal to the tolerable misstatement.

8.            A dual purpose test simultaneously.

A.           Addresses two different accounts.

B.            Functions as a substantive test and as a test of controls.

C.            Functions as an analytical procedure and a substantive test.

D.            Substantiates an ending balance and the transactions making up the balance.

9.            The 1000 accounts receivable of Winco Company have a total book value of \$20,000 (Average book value = \$20). Bob Duffo, CPA, has selected and audited a sample of 50 accounts with the following mean values:

1. Book value of \$19.

2. Audited value of \$19.60.

What is the estimated total audited value using mean per unit sampling?

A.           \$19,000.

B.            \$19,600.

C.            \$20,000.

D.            \$20,632.

10.          The 1000 accounts receivable of Winco Company have a total book value of \$20,000 (Average book value = \$20). Bob Duffo, CPA, has selected and audited a sample of 50 accounts with the following mean values:

1. Book value of \$19.

2. Audited value of \$19.60.

What is the estimated total audited value using difference estimation sampling?

A.           \$19,387.

B.            \$19,400.

C.            \$19,600.

D.            \$20,600.

11.          Which of the following is correct concerning "window dressing" for cash?

A.           A segregation of duties within th

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