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Risk of assessing control risk too high relates to audit___________________
Risk of assessing control risk too high relates to audit efficiency.

What risk relates to audit efficiency
Risk of assessing control risk too high

Risk of assessing control risk too low relates to audit ____________________
Risk of assessing control risk too low relates to audit effectiveness

What risk relates to audit effectiveness
Risk of assessing control risk too low.

What are the two types of sampling risk
The risk of assessing control risk too high and risk of assessing control risk too low.

Risk of assessing control risk too high and risk of assessing control risk too low are what kind of risk
sampling risk

Attributes sampling is generally used when there is a trail of __________________________
documentary evidence

Documentary evidence involves what kind of sampling
Attributes sampling

___________________sampling is not used for statistical sampling because it does not allow the auditor to measure the probability of selecting a given combination of sampling units.
Haphazard sampling is not used for statistical sampling because it does not allow the auditor to measure the probability of selecting a given combination of sampling units.

What is haphazard sampling not used for
Haphazard sampling is not used for statistical sampling because it does not allow the auditor to measure the probability of selecting a given combination of sampling units.

For the ________________________________ there is an inverse relationship between the risk of assessing control risk too low and sample size.
For the Allowable risk of assessing control risk too low there is an inverse relationship between the risk of assessing control risk too low and sample size.

What kind of relationship does the risk of assessing control risk to low and sample size.
Inverse relationship.

_________________ is the maximum rate of deviation from a prescribed control structure policy or procedure that an auditor is willing to accept without modifying the planned assessed level of control risk.
Tolerable rate

What is the tolerable rate
The tolerable rate is the maximum rate of deviation from a prescribed control structure policy or procedure that an auditor is willing to accept without modifying the planned assessed level of control risk.

What is another name for tolerable rate
tolerable deviation rate

The tolerable rate is the ________________ of deviation from a prescribed control structure policy or procedure that an auditor is willing to accept without modifying the planned assessed level of control risk
maximum rate

What is the maximum rate of deviation
The tolerable rate is the maximum rate of deviation from a prescribed control structure policy or procedure that an auditor is willing to accept without modifying the planned assessed level of control risk

The ____________________________ is an estimate of the deviation rate in the entire population
The Expected population deviation rate is an estimate of the deviation rate in the entire population

What is the expected population deviation rate
The Expected population deviation rate is an estimate of the deviation rate in the entire population

What is another name for expected population deviation rate
expected rate of occurrence

If the expected population deviation rate exceeds the tolerable rate, ______ will not be performed.
test of controls and attributes sampling

If the __________________________ exceeds the tolerable rate, test of controls and attributes sampling, will not be performed.
expected population deviation rate

If the expected population deviation rate exceeds the ____________, test of controls and attributes sampling, will not be performed
tolerable rate

There is a direct relationship, as one increases, the other also increases, between the ______________________rate and sample size.
There is a direct relationship, as one increases, the other also increases, between the expected deviation rate and sample size.

There is a direct relationship, as one increases, the other also increases, between the expected deviation rate and __________________.
There is a direct relationship, as one increases, the other also increases, between the expected deviation rate and sample size.

