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Which of the following statements regarding the income statement is true? The income statement provides information about the profitability and growth of a company. The income statement shows the results of a company’s operations at a specific point in time. The income statement consists of assets, expenses, liabilities, and revenues. Typical income statement accounts include sales revenue, unearned revenue, and cost of goods sold.

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Which of the following statements regarding the income statement is true?

  1. The income statement provides information about the profitability and growth of a company.
  2. The income statement shows the results of a company’s operations at a specific point in time.
  3. The income statement consists of assets, expenses, liabilities, and revenues.
  4. Typical income statement accounts include sales revenue, unearned revenue, and cost of goods sold.

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