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1. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of an increase in trade receivables?
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2. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of decrease in inventories?
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3. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of a decrease in trade payables?
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4. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, starting with the net income for the year, what is the effect of a depreciation expense?
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5. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, starting with the net income for the year, what adjustment is made for amortization?
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6. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of a decrease in trade receivables?
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7. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of an increase in inventories?
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8. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of an increase in trade payables?
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9. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of the proceeds from issue of share capital?
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10. Using the indirect method to produce a Cash Flow Statement, what is the effect of dividends paid?.
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