1. The Statement of Cash Flows is important to understanding cash flow in accrua

1. The Statement of Cash Flows is important to understanding cash flow in accrual accounting because…
A. higher
lower
2. On the indirect method Statement of Cash Flows, Depreciation is
3. Accounts Receivable was $1,000 on 12/31/2015, and $1,500 on 12/31/2016. Everything else being equal, the impact on cash flows was…
4. Accounts Payable was $750 on 12/31/2015, and $700 on 12/31/2016. Everything else being equal, the impact on cash flows
5. Debt was $10,000 on 12/31/2015, and $12,000 on 12/31/2016. Everything else being equal, the impact on cash flows was…
6. The Statement of Cash Flows is as of a “point in time.”
7. Match the following ratios with the category of information provided – Liquidity (L), Profitability (P), Activity (A), or Capital Structure (CS):
8. Du Pont Analysis helps analysts by tying together ratios covering the following categories:

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