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An auditor using nonstatistical sampling cannot formally measure sampling error and therefore must subjectively consider the possibility that the true population misstatement exceeds a tolerable amount. Which of the following factors should be considered by the auditor in making this assessment?


The dollar difference between the point estimate and tolerable misstatementThe extent to which items in the population have been audited 100 percent
YesYes



The dollar difference between the point estimate and tolerable misstatementThe extent to which items in the population have been audited 100 percent
NoNo



The dollar difference between the point estimate and tolerable misstatementThe extent to which items in the population have been audited 100 percent
YesNo



The dollar difference between the point estimate and tolerable misstatementThe extent to which items in the population have been audited 100 percent
NoYes
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