How should an investor corporation account for the following investments
How should an investor corporation account for the following investments?
a. Ownership of 51 percent of the voting shares of a company.
b. Ownership of 20 percent of the outstanding common shares of a company. These common shares represent 60 percent of the votes.
c. Ownership of 25 percent of the shares of a company.
d. Ownership of 0.05 percent of the shares of a company.

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