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    9-23, Detection risk, risk components matrix, ranking

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    9-23 (Detection risk and audit evidence) Shown below are five situations in which the auditor wishes to determine planned acceptable levels of detection risk and the planned levels of evidence needed for specific financial statement assertions. The auditor has used judgment in arriving at the nonquantitative expressions for various risk factors.
    Situation
    A B C D E
    Desired audit risk Very low Very low Very low Very low Very low
    Assessed inherent risk Maximum High Moderate Low Maximum
    Planned assessed level of control risk Low High High Moderate High
    Planned assessed level of analytical procedures Moderate Moderate Low Low High
    Planned assessed level
    of tests of details risk
    Planned evidence

    Required
    a. Using the risk components matrix in Figure 9-4, determine the acceptable level of tests of details risk for each situation.

    b. Rank the five situations from the most evidence required from substantive tests (1) to the least evidence required from substantive tests (5). You may have ties.

    c. Explain your ranking of situation D.

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    Detection Risk and audit evidence.

    a. Using the risk components matrix in Figure 9-4, determine the ...

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    See table plotting this out attached in Excel.

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