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Green Grass, Inc.
765 Canvas Road
Los Angeles, CA 90001

Green Grass, Inc.

Memo
To: Managers of all Utah and California locations
From: Richard Garcia
CC: Jacob Harding
Date: July 23
Re: $3000 Debit Transactions

I have been going over our records for this year and last. I just realized that our system is not generating reports for transactions that meet or exceed $3000. We need to fix this issue immediately. As you already know, we run the risk of an audit if we don't implement a solution to this problem quickly. We have until the end of June to bring our records up to date.

I am sure I can count on you to print a list of all transactions that are over the reporting threshold for this year. Another option would be to ask Jacob Harding to find outside resources that can help you with this task. I understand your availability is limited. Let me know if you feel overwhelmed by this responsibility.

If you need additional client information, please tell me immediately. I may have access to that information in our archives. We have been gathering a lot of details on our customers via email.

We will need to take some time after we fix this problem to talk to our software developer. He can help us design an application that will allow us to keep track of transactions that are over a certain limit.

After you complete those reports, please notify me and then have them sent to Maria Sanchez. As always, if you have any questions, contact me at my extension.

According to the memo, what should managers do immediately to bring their records up-to-date?
(A) print a report of all transactions which are below the $3000 reporting threshold amount
(B) speak with the software developer about designing a new, updated system
(C) identify and contact outside resources that can help design a new application
(D) generate a list of all transactions that are above the reporting threshold for that year

ans (B) speak with the software developer about designing a new, updated system

In this memo, what does the word resources refer to?
(A) help or support
(B) the collective wealth of a company
(C) any thing or place from which something comes
(D) raw materials
ans (A) help or support
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ans (B) speak with the software developer about designing a new, updated system-- No. Please try again.
ans (A) help or support- Yes.
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ans (C) identify and contact outside resources that can help design a new application
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aradhanaI am sure I can count on you to print a list of all transactions that are over the reporting threshold for this year.
ans (D) generate a list of all transactions that are above the reporting threshold for that year
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