What are the differences between counterbalancing and noncounterbalancing errors? What are some examples of counterbalancing and noncounterbalancing errors? How are each handled? What experience do you have with counterbalancing and/or noncounterbalancing errors in your organization or an organization that you are familiar with?  Does it matter if the books are closed? Explain why or why not.

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