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Multiple Choice Questions:
1. The fraud theory approach to fraud investigations does which of these?
a. Posits a hypothesis, tests the hypotheses against legal norms, and then accepts, modifies, or discards the hypothesis as warranted by the evidence.
b. Posits a hypothesis, tests the hypotheses against evidence, and then accepts, modifies, or discards the hypothesis as warranted by legal norms.
c. Posits a hypothesis, tests the hypotheses against evidence, and then accepts, modi¬fies, or discards the hypothesis as warranted by the evidence.
d. None of the above.

2. The fraud theory approach to fraud investigation involves using a fraud theory to structure which of the following?
a. The evidence collection process.
b. The entire investigation process.
c. The interview process.
d. None of the above.

3. A fraud scheme is a predefined set of answers to which of these?
a. Who, why, how, when, where questions.
b. Who, what, how, why, where questions.
c. Who, what, how, why, when, and where questions.
d. None of the above.

4. Which of the following does the principle of predication require?
a. A reasonable incident report exists before commencing an investigation.
b. Interviews are conducted after collecting documentary evidence.
c. A preponderance of the evidence at each step of the investigation.
d. None of the above.

5. Which of the following best describes how the principle of predication can affect pri¬vate fraud investigators compared to law enforcement officials?
a. Provides less constraint.
b. Provides more constraint.
c. Provides equal constraint.
d. Provides equal constraint but in different ways depending on the type of investigation.



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