large bundle of questions part 2


Question 5 If the business has an _________ from a customer, then the customer has an ________ to the business.Choose one answer.
a.account payable; account payable b.account receivable; account payable c.account receivable; account receivable d.account payable; account receivable 10 points   Question 6 If the landlord has rent _________, then the tenant has rent _________.Choose one answer.
a.expense; expense b.expense; revenue c.revenue; revenue d.revenue; expense 10 points   Question 7 Which of the following statements is true?Choose one answer.
a.If all transactions are correctly posted to the general ledger, the sum of the accounts with debit balances should be equal to the sum of the accounts with credit balances. b.If a debit entry is made to an account in the general journal, the same account will receive a credit entry when the amount is posted to the general ledger. c.Posting occurs when numbers in the general ledger accounts are transferred to the general journal d.If the sum of the debit balances equals the sum of the credit balances then there were no mistakes made in the posting process 10 points   Question 8 Which of the following statements is true?Choose one answer.
a.No explanation is needed for each entry in the general journal. b.The posting of an amount recorded in the general journal can be verified by referring to the account number listed in the posting reference column on that line in the general journal c.An entry in a general ledger account can be traced to the trial balance by referring to the page listed in the posting reference column of that ledger account. d.Business transactions are recorded first in the general ledger; then that information is transferred to the general journal. 10 points   Question 9 A trial balance is a(an):Choose one answer.
a.optional financial statement used only by accountants. b.list of accounts and their balances taken from the chart of accounts. statement which can be used in place of a balance sheet. d.device used to prove the equality of debits and credits in the general ledger . 10 points   Question 10 Which of the following will not cause a trial balance to be out of balance?Choose one answer.
a.A debit entry is posted as a credit b.The balance for an account is incorrectly computed c.An account is accidentally omitted from the trial balance d.A credit entry is posted to the wrong account as a credit

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