Select three of the following questions for your initial response. Important: At least one (and preferably two) of the questions you decide to answer should be a question not answered by a classmate as of when you make your initial responses. Copy and paste the questions you decide to answer in bold type. It is a good idea to select questions to which you do not know the answer or would like to understand better. Also, be bold and answer a question you have not seen a classmate answered yet.
Include in bold type in your initial response the above question(s) you are answering.
Chapter 3 in Advanced Financial Accounting
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Chapter 3 in Advanced Financial Accounting, PowerPoint presentation
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