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Financial & Managerial Accounting 15th Edition by Williams Jan Haka Sue Bettner Mark Carcello Joseph test bank

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Chapter 13
Statement of Cash Flows

True / False Questions

1. The principal purpose of a statement of cash flows is to measure the profitability of a business that maintains its accounting records on the cash basis.
True False

2. All cash receipts and cash payments not classified as investing or financing activities are classified as indirect activities.
True False

3. Interest paid belongs in the operating section of the statement of cash flows.
True False

4. Collections of interest revenue are classified as operating activities.
True False

5. Dividends paid belong in the operating section of the statement of cash flows.
True False

6. In a statement of cash flows, the term cash includes both cash and cash equivalents.
True False

7. Companies that show profits on the income statement will always show positive cash flows from operating activities.
True False

8. The purchase of equipment for the manufacturing of inventory belongs in the operations section of the statement of cash flows.
True False

9. In the long run, it is more important for a business to generate positive cash flows from investing activities than from operating activities.
True False

10. Depreciation is a non-cash expense.
True False

11. If accounts receivable decrease during the period, cash received from customers probably exceeds net sales.
True False

12. Depreciation expense reduces net income but does not reduce the net cash flow from operating activities.
True False

13. If cash increased during the year and there was also a net loss for the year, there must be positive cash flows from financing and investing activities.
True False

14. Any non-cash investing and financing transactions should be disclosed in a supplementary schedule accompanying a statement of cash flows.
True False

15. The FASB permits a company to use the direct method or the indirect method for the statement of cash flows.
True False

16. Net cash flows from operating activities will have the same total no matter which method is used, direct or indirect.
True False

17. Both the direct method and the indirect method of computing net cash flow from operating activities convert accrual-based income statement amounts into cash flows.
True False

18. Under the indirect method, when machinery is sold at a gain, the gain is added in the operating section of the statement of cash flows and the cost is added in the investing section.
True False

19. A net decrease in accounts payable to suppliers indicates that cash payments to suppliers were less than purchases made during the period.
True False

20. Whether one uses the direct or the indirect method of presentation of the statement of cash flows, the totals from each of the three sections (activities) will be the same regardless of the method used.
True False

21. Under the indirect method, depreciation, increase in inventories, and non-operating losses are added to net income to arrive at net cash flow from operating activities.
True False

22. The worksheet approach to preparing a statement of cash flows involves analyzing changes in non-cash balance sheet accounts.
True False

23. The operating activities section of the cash flow statement includes the cash effects of those transactions reported on the income statement.
True False

24. The purchase or sale of marketable securities is reported in the statement of cash flows as a financing activity.
True False

25. For a company to survive in the long-run it must have positive cash flows from investing activities.
True False

26. If accounts receivable increased during the year, deducting the increase from net sales determines the amount of cash received.
True False

27. If a companys accounts payable has increased over a year, it is an indication that the company is buying more goods.
True False

28. To determine cash dividends paid, subtract the increase in dividends payable from the amount of dividends declared.
True False

29. The indirect method of computing cash flows from operations begins with net income.
True False

30. Products that tie in with a companys other products are called complementary products.
True False

31. Free cash flow refers to the excess of cash inflows over cash outflows.
True False

32. When a company uses peak pricing, it is charging the highest or peak prices the public will be willing to pay during periods of low demand.
True False

33. When applying the direct method in a statement of cash flows, the amount of depreciation is added to net income.
True False

34. The SEC requires public companies to use the indirect method for the statement of cash flows.
True False

35. Both FASB and IASB require the cash flow statement to be organized in three categories, operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities.
True False

36. Large cash flows from operations are more important to financial statement analysts over the long term than cash flows from financing or investing.
True False

37. When preparing a statement of cash flows, money held in cash equivalents is considered the same as cash.
True False

Multiple Choice Questions

38. All of the following are advantages of an increasing cash flow from operations except:
A. A company is likely to pay its current bills with cash from operations not earnings.
B. A company with cash is in a better position to fund growth.
C. Large cash flows eliminate the need for borrowing.
D. Earnings are viewed better if cash flows from operations closely match net income.

39. Free cash flow arises out of:
A. Operating activities.
B. Investing activities.
C. Financing activities.
D. All three types of activities.

40. Peak pricing charges:
A. A higher price when demand is high and a lower price when demand is low.
B. A lower price when demand is high and a higher price when demand is low.
C. A low price when demand is high and a lower price when demand is low.
D. A high price when demand is high and a higher price when demand is low.

41. Cash flows from operating activities include all of the following except:
A. Collections from customers for sales of goods.
B. Interest and dividends received.
C. Payments of interest.
D. Payments of dividends.

42. Cash flows from investing activities include all of the following except:
A. Cash proceeds from selling investments.
B. Cash proceeds from collections on loans.
C. Cash advanced to borrowers.
D. Cash proceeds from borrowing.

43. All of the following are considered cash equivalents except:
A. Marketable securities.
B. Money market funds.
C. Commercial paper.
D. Treasury bills.

44. Net income differs from net cash flows from operations because of all the following except:
A. Non-cash expenses such as depreciation.
B. Timing differences between recognizing revenue and expenses and their cash flows.
C. Gains and losses included in net income but classified as investing or financings activities.
D. Non-cash expenses such as depreciation, timing differences between recognizing revenue and expenses and their cash flows, and gains and losses included in net income but classified as investing or financings activities will all will cause a difference between net income and cash flows.

45. All of the following are financing activities except:
A. Borrowing money.
B. Lending money.
C. Selling capital stock.
D. Paying dividends.

46. A stock dividend is reported on the:
A. Financing section of the statement of cash flows.
B. Balance sheet.
C. Income statement.
D. Operating section of the statement of cash flows.

47. A statement of cash flows is not intended to assist investors in evaluating:
A. Reasons for differences between the amount of net income and net cash flow from operations.
B. The companys ability to meet its obligations and to pay dividends.
C. Non-cash aspects of investing and financing activities.
D. The profitability of business operations.

48. The bottom line in a statement of cash flows shows:
A. The cash (including cash equivalents) on the balance sheet at the end of the period.
B. Net increase or decrease in cash during the period.
C. Net income, computed by the cash basis of accounting.
D. Net cash flow from operating activities.

49. In the statement of cash flows, the purchase of supplies is classified as:
A. Operating activities.
B. Financing activities.
C. Investing activities.
D. This would not appear on a statement of cash flows.

50. In a statement of cash flows, cash transactions are classified into three major categories. Which of the following is not one of these three categories?
A. Managing activities.
B. Operating activities.
C. Financing activities.
D. Investing activities.

51. In a statement of cash flows, collections of accounts receivable are classified as:
A. Operating activities.
B. Financing activities.
C. Investing activities.
D. Revenues and Gains.

52. In a statement of cash flows, payments of dividends are classified as:
A. Operating activities.
B. Financing activities.
C. Investing activities.
D. Costs and Expenses

53. Which of the following would indicate a cash disbursement?
A. Selling equipment at a loss.
B. A decrease in accounts receivable.
C. An increase in prepaid expenses.
D. A decrease in inventory.

54. Which of the following does not decrease the cash flow from operating activities?
A. The prepayment of an expense.
B. The purchase of operating equipment.
C. The payment of interest.
D. The prepayment of an expense, the purchase of operating equipment, and the payment of interest all decrease cash from operating activities.

55. Which of the following is not classified among the operating activities in a statement of cash flows?
A. Payment of interest on a bank loan.
B. Payment of the principal amount owed on a bank loan.
C. Payment of an account payable to a merchandise supplier.
D. Payment of income taxes.

56. Which of the following is not classified among the investing activities in a statement of cash flows?
A. Purchase of marketable securities for cash.
B. Collection of the principal amount of cash loans made to others.
C. Investment of cash made in the business by the owners.
D. Purchase of plant assets for cash.

57. Which of the following is not classified among the financing activities in a statement of cash flows?
A. Long-term borrowing.
B. Payment of dividends to stockholders.
C. Payment of interest to creditors.
D. Short-term borrowing.

58. Which of the following is an investing activity?
A. Purchase of equipment.
B. Payment of interest.
C. Issuing common stock.
D. Issuing long-term debt.

59. In a statement of cash flows, the term cash includes:
A. Only money on deposit in bank accounts.
B. Only bank accounts and cash on hand.
C. Bank accounts, cash on hand, and cash equivalents.
D. Bank accounts, cash on hand, cash equivalents, and marketable securities classified as current assets.

60. Which of the following is a financing activity?
A. Payment of interest.
B. Payment of dividends.
C. Making sales on account.
D. Paying off accounts payable.

61. Which of the following indicates cash receipts?
A. Debit entries in the Notes Receivable account.
B. Credit entries in the Marketable Securities account.
C. Debit entries in the Notes Payable account.
D. Credit entries in the Accumulated Depreciation account.

62. Which of the following indicates a cash receipt?
A. A decrease in accrued expenses, such as wages payable.
B. A decrease in accounts receivable.
C. An increase in inventory.
D. A decrease in accounts payable.

63. Which method will yield higher cash flows from operating activities?
A. The indirect method.
B. The direct method.
C. Both direct and indirect methods will yield the same amount.
D. Depends upon the situation.

64. Which of the following would not be presented in the cash from operating activities section of the statement of cash flows when the indirect method is used?
A. Gain on the sale of investments.
B. Depreciation expense.
C. Neither a gain on the sale of investments nor depreciation expense would be shown.
D. Both a gain on the sale of investments and depreciation expense would be shown.

65. Which of the following sets of data is sufficient to compute the amount of cash paid for merchandise?
A. Cost of goods sold, increase or decrease in inventory, increase or decrease in accounts payable.
B. Increase or decrease in cash, increase or decrease in inventory, increase or decrease in accounts payable.
C. Cost of goods sold, increase or decrease in accounts payable.
D. Cost of goods sold.

66. Which of the following does not create a difference between net income and the net cash flow from operations?
A. Non-operating gains and losses.
B. Depreciation expense.
C. Timing differences between credit sales and collections from customers.
D. Payment of a cash dividend.

67. Which method will yield the higher cash flows from financing activities?
A. The indirect method.
B. The direct method.
C. Both direct and indirect methods will yield the same amount.
D. Depends upon the situation.

68. Cigna Corporations 2010 net income is smaller than net cash flow from operating activities. Which of the following would not be an explanation of why net income is smaller than net cash flow from operating activities?
A. Cigna paid dividends to shareholders during 2010.
B. Cignas accounts payable increased during 2010.
C. Cigna recognized depreciation expense in 2010.
D. Cigna sold equipment at a loss in 2010.

69. When using the indirect method, depreciation expense:
A. Increases net cash flow from operations.
B. Decreases net cash flow from operations.
C. Does not affect net income.
D. Does not affect net cash flow from operations.

70. At the beginning of 2009, Baldwin Corporation bought an automobile for $36,000 by issuing a note payable. The automobile has a six-year life and is depreciated using the straight-line method. To determine net cash flow from operating activities for 2009 using the indirect method, net income should be:
A. Increased by $6,000.
B. Decreased by $6,000.
C. Increased by $42,000.
D. Neither increased nor decreased. No adjustments are necessary since no cash was received or paid.

71. Which of the following statements regarding the direct and indirect methods of reporting cash flow from operating activities is false?
A. Although both methods result in the same net increase or decrease in cash for the year, net cash flow from operating activities will be different under the two methods.
B. The direct method shows the specific cash inflows and outflows constituting the operating activities of the business.
C. Under the indirect method, the computation of net cash flow from operating activities begins with net income as shown in the income statement.
D. The FASB permits both the direct and the indirect methods, but has expressed a preference for the direct method.

72. Which of the following would not be presented in the cash flows from operating activities section of the statement of cash flows when the direct method is used?
A. Dividends paid.
B. Dividends received.
C. Neither dividends paid nor dividends received would be shown.
D. Both dividends paid and dividends received would be shown.

73. An example of a non-cash investing or financing activity that is disclosed in a supplementary schedule accompanying the statement of cash flows is:
A. Recording depreciation expense for the current year.
B. Declaring, but not paying, dividends on common stock.
C. Selling land in exchange for a note receivable.
D. Transferring cash from a checking account into a money market fund.

74. When equipment is sold at a loss:
A. The net proceeds are shown in the investing section.
B. The book value of the asset is shown in the investing section.
C. The book value of the asset is shown in the investing section, and the loss is shown in the operating section.
D. The net proceeds are shown in the financing section.

75. When net cash flow from operating activities is presented by the direct method, the statement of cash flows is accompanied by a supplementary schedule reconciling:
A. Net cash flow from operating activities with net sales.
B. Net income with the net increase or decrease in cash and cash equivalents.
C. Net income with net cash flow from operating activities.
D. Net cash flow from operating activities shown in the statement with that which would result from use of the indirect method.

76. Which of the following is not true regarding the direct and indirect methods of computing net cash flow from operating activities?
A. Both methods result in the same dollar amount of cash flow from operating activities.
B. Both methods involve adjusting entries to the companys books so that the accounting records reflect the figures shown in the statement of cash flows.
C. Both methods are acceptable to the FASB for reporting purposes.
D. Both methods convert accrual-based income statement amounts to cash flow results.

77. When equipment is purchased entirely through a loan:
A. The equipment is shown as an increase in the investing activities section.
B. The equipment is shown as a decrease in the investing activities section.
C. The loan is shown as an increase in the financing section.
D. Neither the loan nor the purchase of equipment is shown in the investing or the financing sections.

78. From the viewpoint of stockholders or potential investors, which of the following cash flow measurements would be of least importance?
A. The dollar amount of net cash flow from operating activities for the current year.
B. The trend in net cash flow from operating activities from year to year.
C. The corporations free cash flow for the current year.
D. The dollar amount of overall increase or decrease in cash for the current year.

79. Craig Corporations reported net income for 2009 is less than its net cash flow from operating activities. One reason for this could be:
A. The sale of machinery at a loss in 2009.
B. An increase in inventory levels during 2009.
C. The sale of investments at a gain in 2009.
D. An error in the preparation of the statement of cash flows; net income should be greater than or equal to net cash flow from operating activities.

80. The Nelson Corporation reported net income in excess of its net cash flow from operating activities for the current year. An explanation for this may be:
A. A loss on the sale of equipment in the current year.
B. An increase in accounts payable during the year.
C. Depreciation expense recognized for the year.
D. A gain on the sale of investments during the year.

81. Gannon Corporation uses the indirect method to prepare its statement of cash flows. Following this approach, a gain on sale of equipment was deducted from net income in computing net cash flow from operating activities. The most likely reason for this adjustment is that:
A. The sale of equipment did not result in the receipt of any cash by Gannon Corporation.
B. The sale resulted in a cash receipt in an accounting period different from the period in which the gain was recognized.
C. The amount of the gain recognized was not equal to the cash received.
D. This type of transaction is not classified as an operating activity.

82. Which statement is true as to the FASBs position on the presentation of the statement of cash flows?
A. The FASB recommends the use of the indirect method, but most companies use the direct method.
B. The FASB recommends the use of the direct method, but most companies use the indirect method.
C. The FASB recommends the use of the direct method, and most companies use the direct method.
D. The FASB recommends the use of the indirect method, and most companies use the indirect method.

83. The statement of cash flows of Bosley Corporation shows the amount of cash received from customers as $720,000. If net sales in Bosley Corporations income statement are reported at $670,000 then:
A. Bosleys accounts receivable increased $50,000.
B. Bosleys Cash account decreased $50,000.
C. Bosleys accounts receivable decreased $50,000.
D. Bosleys accounts receivable are $50,000 at the end of the year.

84. The FASB classifies interest received on investments and interest paid on debt financing as part of operating cash flows, while the IASB:
A. Allows interest received to be classified as either operating or investing and interest paid as either operating or financing.
B. Allows interest received to be classified as either operating or financing and interest paid as either operating or investing.
C. Allows interest received to be classified only as investing and interest paid only as financing.
D. Allows interest received to be classified only as financing and interest paid only as investing.

85. Hamilton Company reported an increase of $370,000 in its accounts receivable during the year 2009. The companys statement of cash flows for 2009 reported $1 million of cash received from customers. What amount of net sales must Hamilton have recorded in 2009?
A. $630,000.
B. $1,370,000.
C. $1,000,000.
D. $370,000

86. Rent expense in Marrin Companys 2010 income statement is $420,000. If Prepaid Rent was $70,000 at December 31, 2009, and is $95,000 at December 31, 2010, the cash paid for rent during 2010 is:
A. $420,000.
B. $445,000.
C. $395,000.
D. $480,000.

87. Berts Bungy Jumping, Inc. paid $650,000 cash for casualty insurance during the year 2009. If the income statement for the year reports insurance expense of $620,000:
A. Berts prepaid insurance decreased $30,000.
B. Berts cash account balance decreased $30,000.
C. Berts prepaid insurance increased $30,000.
D. Berts prepaid insurance was $30,000 at year-end.

The financial statements of New World, Inc., provide the following information for the current year:

88. Compute the amount of cash received from customers during the current year.
A. $3,097,500.
B. $3,129,000.
C. $3,066,000.
D. $3,612,000.

89. Compute the amount of New Worlds cash payments for purchases of merchandise during the current year.
A. $1,627,500.
B. $1,622,250.
C. $1,638,000.
D. $2,157,750.

90. Compute the amount of New Worlds cash payments for operating expenses.
A. $277,200.
B. $283,500.
C. $378,000.
D. $349,650.

91. New Worlds net cash flow from operating activities for the current year is:
A. $1,191,750.
B. $1,192,800.
C. $1,113,000.
D. $1,160,250.

The financial statements of Seldin, Inc., provide the following information for the current year:

92. Compute the amount of cash received from customers during the current year.
A. $265,000.
B. $255,000.
C. $260,000.
D. $40,000.

93. Compute the amount of Seldins cash payments for purchases of merchandise during the current year.
A. $130,000.
B. $125,000.
C. $133,000.
D. $127,000.

94. Compute the amount of Seldins cash payments for operating expenses.
A. $73,000.
B. $59,000.
C. $81,000.
D. $65,000.

95. Seldins net cash flow from operating activities for the current year is:
A. $57,000.
B. $59,000.
C. $61,000.
D. $67,000.

96. Early in 2010, Larsen Corporation purchased marketable securities at a cost of $90,000. In September, dividends of $6,600 were received; Larsen sold the securities in December at a gain of $5,600. How would these transactions be reported on Larsens statement of cash flows for 2010?
A. $5,600 net cash provided by investing activities; $6,600 included in cash provided by operating activities.
B. $12,200 net cash provided by investing activities.
C. $95,600 cash provided by investing activities; $90,000 cash used in financing activities.
D. $84,400 net cash used in investing activities; $95,600 cash provided by investing activities.

97. In 2009, Anderson Company purchased equipment for $363,000 and also sold some special purpose machinery with a book value of $155,000 for $182,000. In its statement of cash flows for 2009, Anderson should report the following with respect to the above transactions:
A. $363,000 net cash used by investing activities.
B. $181,000 net cash used by investing activities; $27,000 net cash provided by operating activities.
C. $181,000 net cash used by investing activities.
D. $363,000 cash used by investing activities; $182,000 cash provided by financing activities.

An analysis of Korman Corporations Investment in Marketable Securities account during 2009 disclosed the following:

Kormans 2009 income statement included a $40,000 gain on sale of marketable securities and $30,000 dividend income from marketable securities. All payments and proceeds relating to marketable securities transactions were in cash.

98. The amount of cash paid by Korman Corporation in 2009 for the purchase of marketable securities was:
A. $240,000.
B. $160,000.
C. $200,000.
D. $190,000.

99. The cash proceeds received by Korman Corporation in 2009 for the sale of marketable securities was:
A. $160,000.
B. $230,000.
C. $240,000.
D. $280,000.

100. How should the transactions involving marketable securities be classified in Kormans statement of cash flows for 2009?
A. The purchase of marketable securities, sales of marketable securities, and receipt of dividends are all classified as investing activities.
B. The purchase and the sale of marketable securities are classified as investing activities; the receipt of dividends is classified as an operating activity.
C. The purchase of marketable securities is classified as an investing activity; the sale of marketable securities is classified as a financing activity; the receipt of dividends is classified as an operating activity.
D. The purchase and the sale of marketable securities are classified as investing activities; the receipt of dividends is classified as a financing activity.

101. Based solely on the above information, Kormans net cash flow from investing activities for 2009 is:
A. $80,000 net cash used by investing activities.
B. $80,000 net cash provided by investing activities.
C. $120,000 net cash provided by investing activities.
D. $240,000 net cash provided by investing activities.

An analysis of Kenny Corporations Investment in Marketable Securities account during 2010 disclosed the following:

Kennys 2010 income statement included a $90,000 loss on sale of marketable securities and $65,000 dividend income from marketable securities. All payments and proceeds relating to marketable securities transactions were in cash.

102. The amount of cash paid by Kenny Corporation in 2010 for the purchase of marketable securities was:
A. $445,000.
B. $535,000.
C. $355,000.
D. $420,000.

103. The cash proceeds received by Kenny Corporation in 2010 for the sale of marketable securities was:
A. $230,000.
B. $280,000.
C. $195,000.
D. $180,000.

104. How should the transactions involving marketable securities be classified in Kennys statement of cash flows for 2010?
A. The purchase of marketable securities, sales of marketable securities, and receipt of dividends are all classified as investing activities.
B. The purchase and the sale of marketable securities are classified as investing activities; the receipt of dividends is classified as an operating activity.
C. The purchase of marketable securities is classified as an investing activity; the sale of marketable securities is classified as a financing activity; the receipt of dividends is classified as an operating activity.
D. The purchase and the sale of marketable securities are classified as investing activities; the receipt of dividends is classified as a financing activity.

105. Based solely on the above information, Kennys net cash flow from investing activities for 2010 is:
A. $215,000 net cash used by investing activities.
B. $165,000 net cash provided by investing activities.
C. $265,000 net cash used by investing activities.
D. $290,000 net cash provided by investing activities.

An analysis of changes in selected balance sheet accounts of Johnson Corporation shows the following for the current year:

Johnsons income statement for the current year includes a $14,000 loss on disposal of plant assets. All payments and proceeds relating to purchase or sale of plant assets were in cash.

106. The amount of cash paid by Johnson to acquire plant assets during the current year was:
A. $53,000.
B. $267,000.
C. $42,000.
D. $160,000.

107. Total cash proceeds received by Johnson from sales of plant assets during the current year amounted to:
A. $13,000.
B. $104,000.
C. $195,000.
D. $41,000.

108. How should purchases, sales, and depreciation of plant assets be classified in Johnsons statement of cash flows for the current year? (Assume the direct method is used by Johnson.)
A. Purchases of plant assets are classified as investing activities; sales of plant assets are classified as financing activities; depreciation is classified as an operating activity.
B. Purchases of plant assets and depreciation are classified as investing activities; sales of plant assets are classified as financing activities.
C. Purchases and sales of plant assets are classified as investing activities; depreciation does not appear as an operating, financing, or investing activity.
D. Since plant assets are used to generate income from operations, purchases, sales, and depreciation of plant assets are all classified as operating activities.

109. Based solely on the data provided above, Johnsons net cash flow from investing activities for the current year is:
A. $160,000 net cash used by investing activities.
B. $147,000 net cash used by investing activities.
C. $13,000 net cash provided by investing activities.
D. $91,000 net cash used by investing activities.

An analysis of changes in selected balance sheet accounts of Hierarchy Corporation shows the following for the current year:

Hierarchys income statement for the current year includes a $9,600 gain on disposal of plant assets. All payments and proceeds relating to purchase or sale of plant assets were in cash.

110. The amount of cash paid by Hierarchy to acquire plant assets during the current year was:
A. $252,000.
B. $504,000.
C. $724,000.
D. $768,000.

111. Total cash proceeds received by Hierarchy from sales of plant assets during the current year amounted to:
A. $696,000.
B. $705,600.
C. $633,600.
D. $768,000.

112. How should purchases, sales, and depreciation of plant assets be classified in Hierarchys statement of cash flows for the current year? (Assume the direct method is used by Hierarchy.)
A. Purchases of plant assets are classified as operating activities; sales of plant assets are classified as financing activities; depreciation is classified as an operating activity.
B. Purchases of plant assets and depreciation are classified as investing activities; sales of plant assets are classified as operating activities.
C. Purchases and sales of plant assets are classified as investing activities; depreciation does not appear as an operating, financing, or investing activity.
D. Since plant assets are used to generate income from operations, purchases, sales, and depreciation of plant assets are all classified as operating activities.

113. Based solely on the data provided above, Hierarchys net cash flow from investing activities for the current year is:
A. $264,000 net cash provided by investing activities.
B. $264,000 net cash used by investing activities.
C. $201,600 net cash provided by investing activities.
D. $1,200,000 net cash provided by investing activities.

114. Haven Corporation issued $700,000 of 10-year bonds payable at par in 2005. During 2009 Haven paid $50,000 interest and an additional $233,333 to retire one-third of the bonds at par. These activities would be reported in Havens statement of cash flows for 2009 as:
A. $283,333 net cash provided by financing activities.
B. $283,333 net cash used in financing activities.
C. $233,333 net cash used in financing activities, and $50,000 cash disbursed for operating activities.
D. $466,667 net cash provided by financing activities, and $50,000 cash disbursed for operating activities.

115. Hines Cannery issued capital stock in 2009 for $700,000. During 2009 the company paid dividends of $250,000. What is the effect of these events in Hines statement of cash flows for 2009?
A. $700,000 cash provided by investing activities, and $250,000 cash disbursed for financing activities.
B. $700,000 cash provided by financing activities, and $250,000 cash disbursed for investing activities.
C. $700,000 cash provided by financing activities, and $250,000 cash disbursed for operating activities.
D. $450,000 net cash provided by financing activities.

116. The accountant for Foster Institute, Inc., determined the cash flow for several transactions to be as follows:

On the basis of the above transactions alone, determine the net cash flow from financing activities.
A. $275,000 net cash used for financing activities.
B. $440,000 net cash provided by financing activities.
C. Zero: cash inflows equal cash outflows from financing activities.
D. $285,000 net cash provided by financing activities.

117. The 2010 statement of cash flows of Dickens Corporation shows $500,000 cash paid for dividends. If dividends in Dickens statement of retained earnings are reported at $550,000 then:
A. Dickens dividends payable account must amount to $50,000 at the end of 2010.
B. Dickens Cash account must have increased by $50,000 in 2010.
C. Dickens dividends payable account must have increased by $50,000 in 2010.
D. Dickens dividends payable account must have decreased by $50,000 in 2010.

During 2009, the cash flows related to Global Data, Inc.s lending and borrowing activities are summarized as follows:

118. On the basis of the above information alone, what is Global Datas net cash flow from financing activities?
A. $147,000 net cash used for financing activities.
B. $145,500 net cash used for financing activities.
C. $206,100 net cash used for financing activities.
D. $500,100 net cash used for financing activities.

119. If Global Datas income statement for 2009 reports interest expense of $25,200, then:
A. Interest payable decreased by $16,800 in 2009.
B. Interest payable increased by $16,800 in 2009.
C. Interest payable at the end of 2009 amounts to $16,800.
D. Either the amount reported in the income statement or the interest payment shown above must be incorrect.

120. If interest receivable was $6,300 at December 31, 2008, and is $10,500 at the end of 2009, interest revenue reported in Global Datas income statement for 2009 must have been:
A. $16,800.
B. $21,000.
C. $35,700.
D. $4,200.

121. During 2010, Gillespie Corporation made a loan of $155,000 to a major customer. By the end of 2010 the customer had paid back $60,000 of the loan plus interest of $12,000. In the statement of cash flows for 2010, Gillespie Corporation would report:
A. A net decrease in cash and cash equivalents of $72,000 for 2010.
B. $72,000 net cash used for investing activities.
C. $95,000 net cash used for investing activities, and $12,000 cash provided from operating activities.
D. $155,000 net cash used for investing activities, and $72,000 net cash provided by financing activities.

122. The comparative balance sheets of Friends, Inc. show a net increase in accounts receivable of $650 and a net decrease in inventory of $500. To determine net cash flow from operating activities under the indirect method, net income should be:
A. Reduced by $650.
B. Increased by $650.
C. Reduced by $150.
D. Increased by $150.

123. The comparative balance sheets of Greenvale Games, Inc. show a net decrease in unexpired insurance of $400 and a net decrease in interest payable of $250. In order to reconcile net income with net cash flow from operating activities, net income should be:
A. Increased by $650.
B. Reduced by $650.
C. Increased by $150.
D. Reduced by $150.

124. The comparative balance sheets of Apollo Rocket, Inc. show a net increase in inventory of $79,000 and a net decrease in accounts payable of $42,000 during 2009. In computing net cash flow from operating activities under the indirect method, net income for 2009 should be:
A. Increased by $37,000.
B. Reduced by $37,000.
C. Increased by $121,000.
D. Reduced by $121,000.

125. During the current year, Atkins, Inc. sold a parcel of land for $840,000 cash. The land had been purchased by Atkins several years ago for $410,000. Atkins, Inc. uses the indirect method to prepare its statement of cash flows. In order to reconcile net income to net cash flow from operating activities, net income must be:
A. Decreased by $410,000.
B. Decreased by $430,000.
C. Increased by $430,000.
D. Not adjusted because the sale of land is classified as an investing activity.

126. At the end of the first year of operations, the balance sheet of Midwood Medical Supply showed the following: Accounts Receivable, $5,000; Accounts Payable, $6,000; Inventory, $3,000; and Unexpired Insurance, $2,000. The corporation reported net income of $79,000 for the year, including depreciation expense of $5,000, and uses the indirect method of computing net cash flow from operating activities. Solely on the basis of this information, net cash flow from operating activities is:
A. $78,000.
B. $82,000.
C. $77,000.
D. $80,000.

127. At the end of the first year of operations, Meachams balance sheet showed the following: Accounts Receivable, $13,400; Inventory, $9,400; and Accounts Payable, $14,650. The companys income statement reports net income of $37,400, including depreciation expense of $10,400. Using only the given information, compute Meachams net cash flow from operating activities using the indirect method.
A. $65,250.
B. $39,650.
C. $24,350.
D. $26,650.

128. Chapin Company reported net income of $410,000 for 2009. Balances of selected current asset and current liability accounts are as shown on the indicated dates:

Depreciation expense for 2009 amounted to $65,000. Using only the above information, compute Chapins net cash flow from operating activities (indirect method) for 2009:
A. $470,600.
B. $467,400.
C. $460,600.
D. $448,600.

129. Monarch Company uses the indirect method to prepare its statement of cash flows. The following information has been gathered for the current period:

On the basis of the above information only, Monarch Companys statement of cash flows shows net cash flow from operating activities to be:
A. $187,000.
B. $333,000.
C. $225,000.
D. $361,000.

130. Empire Company uses the indirect method to prepare its statement of cash flows. The following information has been gathered for the current period:

Solely on the basis of the above information, Empires net cash flow from operating activities is:
A. $338,000.
B. $428,000.
C. $355,000.
D. $343,000.

131. Royal Corporation uses the indirect method of computing net cash flow from operating activities and reported the following for 2009: accounts receivable decreased by $10,300, merchandise inventory increased by $15,300, accounts payable decreased by $4,000, and income taxes payable increased by $18,800. If Royal Corporation reported net income for 2009 of $157,800 (including $34,800 of depreciation expense), net cash flow from operating activities for 2009 is:
A. $202,400.
B. $132,800.
C. $164,800.
D. $221,700.

132. At the end of 2010, Schenck Corporation sold its only piece of equipment for $9,000 cash, a price which resulted in a loss of $3,000. During 2010, depreciation expense recognized by Schenck was $1,000. Schenck uses the indirect method to compute net cash flow from operating activities. In reconciling net income to net cash flow from operating activities under the indirect method, the required adjustments based upon the given data:
A. Increase net income by $4,000.
B. Increase net income by $1,000.
C. Decrease net income by $4,000.
D. Increase net income by $3,000.

133. Alexander Company reported an increase of $185,000 in its accounts receivable during the year. The companys statement of cash flows reported $500,000 of cash received from customers. What amount of net sales must Alexander have recorded?
A. $315,000.
B. $685,000.
C. $500,000.
D. $185,000

134. Rent expense in Burr Companys income statement is $480,000. If Prepaid Rent was $120,000 on January 1 and is $95,000 on December 31, the cash paid for rent during the year is:
A. $480,000.
B. $455,000.
C. $360,000.
D. $575,000.

The financial statements of York, Inc., provide the following information for the current year:

135. Compute the amount of cash received from customers during the current year.
A. $1,548,750.
B. $1,564,500.
C. $1,533,000.
D. $1,806,000.

136. Compute the amount of cash payments for purchases of merchandise during the current year.
A. $813,750.
B. $811,125.
C. $819,000.
D. $1,078,875.

137. Compute the amount of cash payments for operating expenses.
A. $138,600.
B. $141,750.
C. $189,000.
D. $174,825.

138. Net cash flow from operating activities for the current year is:
A. $595,875.
B. $596,400.
C. $556,500.
D. $580,125.

The financial statements of Garver, Inc., provide the following information for the current year:

139. Compute the cash received from customers during the current year.
A. $530,000.
B. $510,000.
C. $520,000.
D. $80,000.

140. Compute the cash payments for purchases of merchandise during the current year.
A. $260,000.
B. $250,000.
C. $266,000.
D. $254,000.

141. Compute the cash payments for operating expenses.
A. $146,000.
B. $118,000.
C. $162,000.
D. $130,000.

142. Net cash flow from operating activities for the current year is:
A. $114,000.
B. $118,000.
C. $122,000.
D. $134,000.

Essay Questions

143. Accounting terminology
Listed below are eight technical accounting terms introduced in this chapter:

Each of the following statements may (or may not) describe one of these technical terms. In the space provided beside each statement, indicate the accounting term described, or answer None if the statement does not correctly describe any of the terms.
____ (a) Cash sales and collections of accounts receivable.
____ (b) The classification of cash flows which includes issuing capital stock and paying dividends.
____ (c) The financial statement which best describes the profitability of a business.
____ (d) The section of a statement of cash flows summarizing the cash effects of most transactions entering into the determination of net income.
____ (e) An expense that reduces net cash flow but does not reduce net income.
____ (f) The classification of cash flows that includes purchases and sales of plant assets.
____ (g) Transactions shown in a supplementary schedule accompanying a statement of cash flows.

144. Classification of cash flows
Indicate how each of the following events should be classified in a statement of cash flows for the current calendar year. Use the following code: O = operating activities, I = investing activities, and F = financing activities.
Assume use of the direct method. If the event does not involve a cash flow that should be included in the statement of cash flows, use an X.
____ (a) Paid an account payable for inventory purchased in a prior accounting period.
____ (b) On December 28, made a large credit sale; terms, 2/10, n/30.
____ (c) Received a dividend from an investment in IBM common stock.
____ (d) Paid a dividend to stockholders.
____ (e) Paid the interest on a note payable to First Bank.
____ (f) Paid the principal amount due on the note payable to First Bank.
____ (g) Transferred cash from a checking account into a money market fund.
____ (h) Made an adjusting entry to record accrued wages payable at the end of the period.
____ (i) Recorded depreciation expense for the current year.
____ (j) Purchased plant assets for cash.

145. Classification of cash flows
Indicate how each of the following events should be classified in a statement of cash flows for the current calendar year. Use the following code: O = operating activities, I = investing activities, and F = financing activities.
Assume this company uses the direct method. If the event does not involve a cash flow that should be included in the statement of cash flows, use an X.
____ (a) Declared a dividend to be paid early next year.
____ (b) Recorded depreciation expense for the current year.
____ (c) At year-end, paid rent in advance for the next six months.
____ (d) Issued capital stock for cash; management plans to use this cash to invest in marketable securities.
____ (e) Sold a parcel of unused land at a loss.
____ (f) Collected principal amount due on a note receivable.
____ (g) Used the cash received in d, above, to purchase marketable securities.
____ (h) Collected interest due on note receivable described in f, above.
____ (i) Made an adjusting entry to accrue interest payable at year-end.
____ (j) Collected account receivable from a customer who made a large credit purchase in a prior period.

146. Computation of cash flows
An analysis of changes in selected balance sheet accounts of Taurus Corporation shows the following for the current year:

The income statement for the current year included the following items relating to the transactions summarized above:

All payments and proceeds relating to these transactions were in cash. Using this information, compute the following cash flows for the current year:

147. Computation of cash flows
An analysis of changes in selected balance sheet accounts of Gable Corporation shows the following for the current year:

The income statement for the current year included the following items relating to the transactions summarized above:

All payments and proceeds relating to these transactions were in cash. Using this information, compute the following cash flows for the current year:

148. Computation of operating cash flows
The financial statements of Packard Corporation provide the following information for the current year:

Using this information, compute for the current year:

149. Computation of operating cash flows
The financial statements of Custom Corporation provide the following information for the current year:

Using this information, compute for the current year:

150. Format of a cash flow statement-direct method
Arrange the following information to complete the statement of cash flows for Olympia, Inc. Place parentheses around those dollar amounts representing cash outlays.

151. Format of a cash flows statement-direct method
Arrange the following information to complete the statement of cash flows for Jericho Corporation. Place parentheses around those dollar amounts representing cash outlays.

152. Comparison of cash flows and accrual basis
Underhill Corporations statement of cash flows for 2009 shows the following information regarding investing activities:

Underhill Corporations income statement for 2009 includes the following items:

(a) All payments and proceeds relating to these transactions were in cash. Using this information, compute the following:

153. Relationship of cash flows to accrual accounting
(a) The 2010 statement of cash flows of Citation Corporation shows the amount of cash received from customers as $800,000. Comparative balance sheets report accounts receivable to be $70,000 at January 1 and $100,000 at December 31, 2010. Compute the amount of net sales reported in Citation Corporations income statement for 2010: $_______________
(b) The supplementary schedule for noncash investing and financing activities accompanying Citation Corporations 2010 statement of cash flows disclosed the following:

Citation Corporations 2010 income statement reports a $61,000 loss on the disposal of land. Prepare the journal entry made by Citation in 2010 to record this sale of land.

154. Cash flows from operating activities-indirect method
In the computation of net cash flows from operating activities for 2009 by the indirect method, determine whether each of the following items would be added to net income, deducted from net income, or omitted from the computation. Indicate your answer by using the following symbols: + (added to net income), (deducted from net income), or 0 (omitted from computation).
____ (a) A decrease in accounts payable to suppliers of merchandise during 2009.
____ (b) A loss recognized on the sale of office equipment during 2009.
____ (c) Depreciation expense for 2009.
____ (d) Dividends, declared at the end of last year, paid to shareholders during the current year.
____ (e) An increase in inventory levels during 2009.
____ (f) A decrease in accounts receivable from customers during 2009.

155. Cash flow from operations activities-indirect method
An analysis of the 2010 financial statements of Portside Provisions reveals the following:
(a) Accounts payable to suppliers of merchandise decreased by $65,000 during 2010.
(b) Dividends of $135,000 were declared in November 2010, to be paid in January 2011.
(c) Dividends of $120,000, declared in November 2009, were paid in January 2010.
(d) Inventory levels increased by $91,000 during 2010.
(e) Depreciation expense for 2010 amounted to $53,000.
(f) Land, which had a cost of $350,000, was sold in 2010 for $400,000 cash, resulting in a gain of $50,000.
(g) Net income for 2010 was $745,000.
Using only the above information, follow the indirect method to compute Portside Provisions net cash flows from operating activities for 2010.

156. Cash flows from operating activities-indirect method
The data below are taken from the financial statements of the Rutherford Corporation:

Complete the partial statement of cash flows for the year ended December 31, 2009, showing the computation of net cash flows from operating activities by the indirect method:

157. Cash flows from operating activities-indirect method
The data below are taken from the financial statements of the Spectrum Corporation:

Complete the partial statement of cash flows for the year ended December 31, 2009, showing the computation of net cash flows from operating activities by the indirect method:

158. Based on the information provided below, complete the following worksheet to be used to prepare the statement of cash flows for the Gulp-it-Down Coffee Co.

Additional Information:
(1.) Net income for the year amounted to $60,000, and cash dividends were declared and paid in the amount of $20,000.
(2.) Gulp-it-Down Coffee Co.s only noncash expense was depreciation which totaled $100,000.
(3.) The company purchased plant assets for $140,000.
(4.) Notes payable in the amount of $60,000 were issued during the year.

159. Cash flows and accounting records
In a business with an accrual-based accounting system, is a statement of cash flows based upon account balances shown in the adjusted trial balance? Explain.

160. Significance of cash flows
In the long run, is it more important for a business to have a positive cash flow from its operating activities, investing activities, or financing activities? Why?

161. Significance of cash flows
Saxony, Inc. is a relatively new business. In its first three years of operations, the company has recorded positive and increasing net cash flows from its operating activities. In each of these three years, the company has also reported a net loss on its income statement. Suggest at least one plausible explanation for these financial results. Given the net losses in the first three years of operations, should investors be concerned about the solvency and future profitability of Saxony? Explain.

162. Differences between net income and operating cash flow
Identify three factors that may cause net income to differ from the net cash flow from operating activities.

163. The following information was obtained from the Champion Company for the year ending December 31, 20__.

Using the direct method, prepare a statement of cash flows.

164. Place an X in the column signifying whether the activity is an operating, investing, or a financing activity, and if it is a source or a use of funds or if it is a non-cash activity.

Multiple Choice Questions

In order to prepare the statement of cash flows for Rag Dolls Corporation for 2010, the accountant has compiled the following data regarding cash flows:

165. Rag Dolls cash flow from investing activities during 2010 is:
A. $390,000 net cash used by investing activities.
B. $322,500 net cash provided by investing activities.
C. $352,500 net cash used by investing activities.
D. $360,000 net cash used by investing activities.

166. Rag Dolls cash flow from financing activities during 2010 is:
A. $322,500 net cash provided by financing activities.
B. $172,500 net cash provided by financing activities.
C. $127,500 net cash provided by financing activities.
D. $375,000 net cash provided by financing activities.

167. Rag Dolls cash flow from operating activities during 2010 is:
A. $45,000 net cash provided by operating activities.
B. $1,155,000 net cash used by operating activities.
C. $240,000 net cash provided by operating activities.
D. $195,000 net cash provided by operating activities.

168. In the 2010 statement of cash flows for Rag Dolls Corporation, the amount of cash received from customers is:
A. $1,310,000.
B. $1,103,000.
C. $1,233,000.
D. $1,293,000.

Lester Corporations statement of cash flows for 2009 shows the following investing activities:

169. The cost of the land sold during 2009 was:
A. $65,000.
B. $125,000.
C. $190,000.
D. $60,000.

170. The cost (book value) of the marketable securities sold during 2009 was:
A. $207,000.
B. $113,000.
C. $160,000.
D. Some other amount.

171. Lesters balance sheet at the end of 2008 showed Land of $100,000. On the basis of the data presented above, compute the amount to be reported for Land in Lester Corporations balance sheet at December 31, 2009.
A. $250,000.
B. $350,000.
C. $290,000.
D. Some other amount.

172. Lesters balance sheet at the end of 2008 showed Investment in Marketable Securities at $250,000. On the basis of the data presented above, compute the amount to be reported for Investment in Marketable Securities in Lester Corporations balance sheet at December 31, 2009.
A. $43,000.
B. $110,000.
C. $137,000.
D. $253,000.

173. Which of the following correctly describes a difference between the direct method and the indirect method of computing operating cash flow?
A. The direct method is used when accounting records are kept on a cash basis; the indirect method is used when accounting records are maintained on an accrual basis.
B. The direct method may be used only when a company maintains special journals for cash receipts and cash disbursements; the indirect method is used in all other situations.
C. Both the direct and the indirect methods result in the same net cash flow from operating activities, but the format of this section of the statement of cash flows is different under the alternative methods.
D. The direct method is used when all accounting records and bank statements are available; the indirect method is used when some accounting records or documents are missing or have been destroyed.

Essay Questions

174. Using the following information, complete the statement of cash flows for Nutritional Foods for the year ended December 31, 2010. Place parentheses around those figures in the statement representing cash outlays.

175. The following balance sheets are provided for Socrates Foods:

a. Compute the following:
(1) Cash received from customers during the year $__________
(2) Cash payments for merchandise during the year $__________
(3) Wages paid to employees during the year $__________
(4) In Socrates Foods statement of cash flows, what amount would be reported as the net change in cash and cash equivalents? $__________ (increase/decrease)
b. Socrates Foods recorded the sale of equipment as follows:

How would this transaction be reported in Socrates Foods statement of cash flows? (Assume the direct method is being used.)

Multiple Choice Questions

176. The statement of cash flows is designed to assist users in assessing each of the following, except:
A. The ability of a company to remain liquid.
B. The major sources of cash receipts during the period.
C. The companys profitability.
D. The reasons why net cash flow from operating activities differ from net income.

177. Which of the following is not included in the statement of cash flows, or in a supplementary schedule accompanying the statement of cash flows?
A. Disclosure of investing or financing activities that did not involve cash.
B. A reconciliation of net income to net cash flows from operating activities.
C. Disclosure of the amount of cash invested in money market funds during the accounting period.
D. The amount of cash and cash equivalents owned by the business at the end of the accounting period.

178. Cash flows are grouped in the statement of cash flows into the following major categories:
A. Operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities.
B. Cash receipts, cash disbursements, and noncash activities.
C. Direct cash flows and indirect cash flows.
D. Operating activities, investing activities, and collecting activities.

179. Shown below is a list of various cash payments and cash receipts:
Cash paid to suppliers and employees $420,000
Dividends paid $18,000
Interest paid $12,000
Purchases of plant assets $45,000
Interest and dividends received $17,000
Payments to settle short-term bank loans $29,000
Income taxes paid $23,000
Cash received from customers $601,000
Based only on the above items, net cash flows from operating activities are:
A. $138,000.
B. $91,000.
C. $120,000.
D. $163,000.

180. During the current year, two transactions were recorded in the Land account of Duke Industries. One involved a debit of $320,000 to the Land account; the second was a $210,000 credit to the Land account. Dukes income statement for the year reported a loss on sale of land in the amount of $25,000. All transactions involving the Land account were cash transactions. These transactions would be shown in the statement of cash flows as:
A. $320,000 cash provided by investing activities, and $210,000 cash disbursed for investing activities.
B. $185,000 cash provided by investing activities, and $320,000 cash disbursed for investing activities.
C. $235,000 cash provided by investing activities, and $320,000 cash disbursed for investing activities.
D. $210,000 cash provided by investing activities, and $320,000 cash disbursed for investing activities.

181. Which of the following business strategies is most likely to increase the net cash flows of a software developer in the short run but reduce them over a longer term?
A. Develop software that is more costly to create but easier to update and improve.
B. Lower the price of existing versions of products as customer demand begins to fall.
C. Reduce expenditures for the purpose of developing new products.
D. Purchase the building in which the business operates (assume the company currently rents this location).

Chapter 13 Statement of Cash Flows Answer Key

True / False Questions

1. The principal purpose of a statement of cash flows is to measure the profitability of a business that maintains its accounting records on the cash basis.
FALSE

AACSB: Reflective Thinking
AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Measurement
Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 13-01 Explain the purposes and uses of a statement of cash flows.
Topic: Statement of Cash Flows

2. All cash receipts and cash payments not classified as investing or financing activities are classified as indirect activities.
FALSE

AACSB: Reflective Thinking
AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Measurement
Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 13-02 Describe how cash transactions are classified in a statement of cash flows.
Topic: Statement of Cash Flows

3. Interest paid belongs in the operating section of the statement of cash flows.
TRUE

AACSB: Reflective Thinking
AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Measurement
Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 13-02 Describe how cash transactions are classified in a statement of cash flows.
Topic: Statement of Cash Flows

4. Collections of interest revenue are classified as operating activities.
TRUE

AACSB: Reflective Thinking
AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Measurement
Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 13-02 Describe how cash transactions are classified in a statement of cash flows.
Topic: Statement of Cash Flows

5. Dividends paid belong in the operating section of the statement of cash flows.
FALSE

AACSB: Reflective Thinking
AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Measurement
Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 13-04 Compute the cash flows relating to investing and financing activities.
Topic: Preparing a Statement of Cash Flows

6. In a statement of cash flows, the term cash includes both cash and cash equivalents.
TRUE

AACSB: Reflective Thinking
AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Measurement
Blooms: Remember
Difficulty: Easy
Learning Objective: 13-02 Describe how cash transactions are classified in a statement of cash flows.
Topic: Statement of Cash Flows

7. Companies that show profits on the income statement will always show positive cash flows from operating activities.
FALSE

AACSB: Reflective Thinking
AICPA BB: Critical Thinking
AICPA FN: Measurement
Blooms: Understand
Difficulty: Medium
Learning Objective: 13-03 Compute the major cash flows relating to operating activities.
Topic: Preparing a Statement of Cash Flows

8. The purchase of equipment for the manufacturing of inventory belongs in the operations sect

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