They give you a list of liabilities and ask you to show how they would be treated differently under both U.S. GAAP and IFRS. Then they ask which would show the lowest total liabilities.

They give you several contingency possibilities and ask you to determine the correct way to report them along with preparing appropriate journal entries.

They give you a list of liabilities and ask you to decide whether each one is a current or noncurrent liability along with making a liability section of a classified balance sheet.

The molar mass of a nonvolatile nonelectrolyte is given. X grams of that compound are dissolved in x mL of a substance at x Kelvins. Determine the Molarity of the solution and the osmotic pressure in atms.

Complete combustion of x grams yield x grams CO2 and x grams H2O. Grams of the compound dissolved in grams of water as well as the freezing point and Kfp are also given. Determine the molecular formula.

The Henry’s law constant for a hydrocarbon is given in atm. A solution has x grams of the hydrocarbon per x L of water. Calculate the partial pressure and number of molecules per cubic centimeter.

Water is mixed with a gas at a certain pressure in atm. X kg of the solution is removed and results in a volume (L), temperature (°C) and pressure (atm). What is the Henry’s law constant?

A polymer of large molar mass is dissolved to form a solution that rises to a final height of x cm. The solution has x g polymer per liter and a given density. What is the molar mass?

In the lab a student creates a new nonvolatile nonelectrolyte compound. X grams are dissolved in x mL of water. Osmotic pressure (atm) and temperature (K) are also given. Determine the molecular weight.

In the lab a student creates a new nonvolatile nonelectrolyte compound. X grams are dissolved in x mL of water. Osmotic pressure (atm) and temperature (K) are also given. Determine the molecular weight.