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A contract should be treated as having multiple performance obligations if, 1. The contract includes one or more separate and independent promises to perform, they are in different stages of the same project, and at least one is not dependent on the other for completion; or 2. The seller has promised a variety of things that will be done over time in order to fulfill its obligation (e.g., delivery at various points during a period). No, the contract should not be treated as having multiple performance obligations if: The seller has promised a variety of things that will be done over time in order to fulfill its obligation (e.g., delivery at various points during a period). -A contract is made up of one or more promises and all parties agree on which promise was breached first -The contractor who breaches first must do pro rata damages for any previous breach by itself or another party. If an earlier breach did not provide complete fulfillment but instead accelerated the later breach, then both breaches are considered when determining what pro rata amount applies -If two contractual duties were independent from one another, breaching either would have no effect on fulfilling other performance obligations under

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