(B) Does either the expected amount of misstatement or the measure of tolerable misstatement influence sample size for a substantive test of details? Check (B) as right because both the expected amount of misstatement and the tolerable misstatement affect sample size. Increases in the expected amount of misstatements increase sample size, while increases in the tolerable misstatement decrease sample size. Choices (A), (C) and (D) are incorrect because both expected amount of misstatements and measure of tolerable misstatement increase, not one or the other
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