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Problem: Which of the following transactions would not create a cash flow from operating activities? A. Collecting cash from a customer. B. Paying cash to a supplier. C. Paying cash to stockholders for dividends. D. Paying cash for a utility bill.

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Which of the following transactions would not create a cash flow from operating activities?

A. Collecting cash from a customer.

B. Paying cash to a supplier.

C. Paying cash to stockholders for dividends.

D. Paying cash for a utility bill.

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