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  1. a ---------------------- check would not be an appropriate real time input validation routine.
    a sequence check would not be an appropriate real time input validation routine.
  2. A ---------------------- check is an edit check that determines if a batch of input data is in the proper numerical or alphabetical sequence.
    A sequence check is an edit check that determines if a batch of input data is in the proper numerical or alphabetical sequence.
  3. A --------------- check is an edit check that verifies that the data in a field has the appropriate arithmetic sign.
    A sign check is an edit check that verifies that the data in a field has the appropriate arithmetic sign.
  4. A ---------------------------- check is an edit check that requires the inclusion of two identifiers in each input record (e.g., the customer's account number and the first five letters of the customer's name). If these input values do not match those on the record, the record will not be updated.
    A redundant data check is an edit check that requires the inclusion of two identifiers in each input record (e.g., the customer's account number and the first five letters of the customer's name). If these input values do not match those on the record, the record will not be updated.
  5. A -------------- check is an edit check in which the characters in a field are examined to ensure they are of the correct field type
    A field check is an edit check in which the characters in a field are examined to ensure they are of the correct field type
  6. A ----------------- is a specific type of input control, consisting of a single digit at the end of an identification code that is computed from the other digits in a field. If the identification code is mis-keyed, a formula or algorithm will reveal that the check digit is not correct, and the field will not accept the entry.
    A check digit is a specific type of input control, consisting of a single digit at the end of an identification code that is computed from the other digits in a field. If the identification code is mis-keyed, a formula or algorithm will reveal that the check digit is not correct, and the field will not accept the entry.
  7. A -------------- is a plan of action expressed in dollars.
    A budget is a plan of action expressed in dollars.
  8. What is a budget?
    A budget is a plan of action expressed in dollars.
  9. ------------------------------ is a budgeting process that has key employees in various departments providing input into the budgetary process.
    Participative budgeting is a budgeting process that has key employees in various departments providing input into the budgetary process.
  10. What is Participative Budgeting?
    Participative budgeting is a budgeting process that has key employees in various departments providing input into the budgetary process.
  11. --------------------- is a fiduciary obligation to place the interest of the corporation above personal interests.
    Duty of loyalty is a fiduciary obligation to place the interest of the corporation above personal interests.
  12. What is Duty of Loyalty?
    Duty of loyalty is a fiduciary obligation to place the interest of the corporation above personal interests.
  13. ---------------------------- is a fiduciary obligation to seek proper information related to making a good decision.
    Duty of due diligence is a fiduciary obligation to seek proper information related to making a good decision.
  14. What is duty of due diligence?
    Duty of due diligence is a fiduciary obligation to seek proper information related to making a good decision.
  15. ----------------------- is a legal obligation requiring the use of reasonable care in actions that might result in harm to others.
    Duty of care is a legal obligation requiring the use of reasonable care in actions that might result in harm to others.
  16. What is duty of care?
    Duty of care is a legal obligation requiring the use of reasonable care in actions that might result in harm to others.
  17. -------------------------- is a method of costing in which fixed costs are treated as a product cost and assigned to the units produced.
    Absorption costing is a method of costing in which fixed costs are treated as a product cost and assigned to the units produced.
  18. What is Adsorption Costing?
    Absorption costing is a method of costing in which fixed costs are treated as a product cost and assigned to the units produced.
  19. ------------------- is a method of costing in which fixed costs are charged to expense as a period cost when incurred.
    Variable costing is a method of costing in which fixed costs are charged to expense as a period cost when incurred.
  20. What is the difference between Absorption Costing and Variable Costing?
    Variable costing is a method of costing in which fixed costs are charged to expense as a period cost when incurred.

    • Absorption costing is a method of costing in which fixed costs are treated as a product cost and assigned to the units produced.

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