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  • Due to rapid employee turnover in the accounting department, the following transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by the Hamlin Company in 2010.1. Hamlin developed a new manufacturing process, incurring research and development costs of $120,000. The company also purchased a patent for $96,000. In early January

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  • Due to rapid turnover in the accounting department, a number of transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by Chansantor Company in 2012.1. Chansantor developed a new manufacturing process, incurring research and development costs of $110,000. The company also purchased a patent for $50,000. In early January, Chansa

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  • Due to rapid turnover in the accounting department, a number of transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by the Buek Company in 2014.1. Buek developed a new manufacturing process, incurring research and development costs of $147,000. The company also purchased a patent for $60,000. In early January, Buek capitaliz

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  • Due to rapid turnover in the accounting department, a number of transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by Goslin Company in 2014.1. Goslin developed a new manufacturing process, incurring research and development costs of $110,000. The company also purchased a patent for $70,000. In early January, Goslin capital

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  • Due to rapid turnover in the accounting department, a number of transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by Kaya Company in 2011.1. Kaya developed a new manufacturing process, incurring development costs of TL110,000 before reaching technological feasibility. The company also purchased a patent for TL50,000. In ea

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  • Due to rapid turnover in the accounting department, a number of transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by the Thorne Company in 2010.1. Thorne developed a new manufacturing process, incurring research and development costs of $136,000. The company also purchased a patent for $60,000. In early January, Thorne cap

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  • Due to rapid turnover in the accounting department, a number of transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by Wasp Company in 2010.1. Wasp developed a new manufacturing process, incurring research and development costs of $110,000. The company also purchased a patent for $50,000. In early January, Wasp capitalized $

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  • Due to rapid turnover in the accounting department, a number of transactions involving intangible assets were improperly recorded by the Satyr Company in 2012.1. Satyr developed a new manufacturing process, incurring research and development costs of $136,000. The company also purchased a patent for $60,000. In early January, Satyr capita

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  • Duke Energy Corp. is an integrated energy and energy services provider that generates and distributes electricity in North Carolina and South Carolina. Operating statistics for electricity generation and sales are provided from its public reports for a recent fiscal year, as follows:Duke operated eight coal-fired stations and seven oil a

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  • Duke Energy Corporation accounts for certain investments under the equity method, and as of December 31, 2008, Duke reported equity method investments of $473 million on its balance sheet and $696 million on its 2007 balance sheet. Equity income on the income statement totaled ($102) million for 2008. a. Assume that Duke owns approximatel

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