Question: The evidence considered most appropriate by auditors is best described

The evidence considered most appropriate by auditors is best described as
a. Internal documents such as sales invoice copies produced under conditions of strong internal control.
b. Written representations made by the president of the entity.
c. Documentary evidence obtained directly from independent external sources.
d. Direct personal knowledge obtained through physical observation and mathematical recalculation.


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