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Transactions cash flow statement: operating, financing, inv

11. Which types of business transactions would result in cash from operating activities? Give three examples of transactions that would be classified as cash flows from operating activities..
12. Which types of business transactions would result in cash flows from investing activities? Give three examples of transactions that would be classified as cash flows from investing activities.
13. Which types of business transactions would result in cash flows from financing activities? Give three examples of transactions that would be classified as cash flows from financing activities.
14. How is depreciation expense treated when using the direct method of preparing the statement of cash flows?
15. Which account(s) must be analyzed to determine the cash collected from customers? How is this cash flow classified?
16. Which account(s) must be analyzed to determine the proceeds from the sale of a building? How is this cash flow classified?
17. Which account(s) must be analyzed to determine the cash paid to vendors? How is this cash flow classified?
18. Which account(s) must be analyzed to determine the cash paid for dividends? How is the cash flow classified?

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11. Which types of business transactions would result in cash from operating activities? Give three examples of transactions that would be classified as cash flows from operating activities..

1. Collecting from customers
2. paying vendors
3. paying employees
4. paying taxes
5. paying interest on loans.

12. Which types of business transactions would result in cash flows from investing activities? Give three examples of transactions that would be classified as cash flows from investing activities.

1. selling a long term asset
2. purchasing a long term asset
3. selling a marketable security
4. purchasing a marketable security

13. Which types of business transactions ...

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Your tutorial is 230 words and gives 4-5 examples for each category and a sentence or two about the accounts to analyze to obtain these cash flow amounts.

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