Quiz 23: Cash Flow Statement

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1. How are cash receipts from customers for the sale of goods classified in the cash flow statement?
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2. How are cash receipts from royalties, fees, commissions and other revenue classified in the cash flow statement?
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3. How are cash payments to and on behalf of employees classified in the cash flow statement?
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4. How are cash payments to acquire property, plant and equipment classified in the cash flow statement?
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5. Identify the cash flow classification for the following item: Investments are purchased.
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6. How are cash advances and loans made to third parties classified in the cash flow statement?
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7. How are cash receipts from futures contracts classified in the cash flow statement?
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8. How are cash proceeds from issuing shares or other equity instruments classified in the cash flow statement?
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9. How are cash repayments of amounts borrowed classified in the cash flow statement?
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10. How are cash proceeds from issuing debentures, loans, notes, or bonds, classified in the cash flow statement?
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