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As a result of a stock split,

  1. stockholders’ equity is increased.
  2. the stockholders have a higher proportionate ownership of the company.
  3. the par value of the stock is changed in the reverse proportion as the stock split.
  4. the market price of the outstanding stock is increasing because a split is evidence of a profitable company.

To determine

Concept introduction:

Stock split:

Stock split refers to the dividing one share into two of more shares. It is usually done to make the share available for small investor with smaller value. A stock split does not affect the total stockholder’s equity and it also does not require any journal entry.

To choose:

The correct statement about the effect of Stock Split.

Explanation

Explanation for correct answer:

The stock split changes the par value of the stock in the reverse proportion of the stock split. Hence the correct option is c.

Explanation for incorrect answers:

a. The stock split does not affect the Total Stockholder’s equity...

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