Accounting Principles, Parts 1 and 2, Study Guide

Accounting Principles, Parts 1 and 2, Study Guide

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* The Navigator is a learning system designed to guide students through each chapter and consists of a series of checklists tied to the chapter's study aids, text features, and study skills. * A Learning Styles Model is introduced in the preface and incorporated throughout the book to enable students with different learning approaches to better understand the material. * Feature Stories are brief stories of real Canadian companies that relate the chapter information to the real world and are discussed further throughout the chapter. * Chapter Previews at the beginning of each chapter feature a paragraph linking the opening vignette to chapter material. A visual outline of the topics and subtopics of the chapter is also presented to provide students with a chapter roadmap. * The text has been thoroughly reviewed by an instructor of English as a Second Language in manuscript stage to ensure that Accounting Principles provides an unprecedented level of clarity and readability to all readers. * Accounting Equation Analyses appear in the margins next to key journal entries. They help your students understand the impact of accounting transactions and cash flow on the financial statements. * Stepped-out pedagogy breaks down complex topics making the material more manageable for students. Some examples of this pedagogy are: * Concepts for Review - Concepts learned in previous chapters that are essential in order to understand the topics about to be covered are listed at the start of each chapter with pages references. * Before You Go On - These qReview it and Do Itq sections ensure that students understand what has just been covered before progressing further into the chapter.Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso, Paul D. Kimmel, Barbara Trenholm. Solutions. to. Review. Questions. and. Exercises. Multiple. Choice. 1. (c) Accounting is defined as the process of identifying, recording, and ... 13. (c) An expense to be paid at a later date would increase a liability (accounts payable). 14. (b) Borrowing from a bank, using office supplies, and Chapter 1: Accounting in Action 15.

Title:Accounting Principles, Parts 1 and 2, Study Guide
Author:Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso, Paul D. Kimmel, Barbara Trenholm
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons Incorporated - 2008-01-25


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