The basic accounting formula is "What you have" must equal "Where it came from." Use that instead of debits and credits and you can work through almost anything. "What you have" things are pluses, and "Where it came from" are minuses. You got something, and you gave up something to get it.
This list of transactions looks like it starts with "What you got" ... $18,000. So where did it come from ... equity or debt?
The second transaction looks like you got $4,600 worth of office supplies. and it came from $2,000 cash and $2,600 credit.
And so on.
Lay out out each transaction in what your instructor will call a "Tee" account with a "Tee" for each "What you have" and each "Where it came from" type of thingy. Making sure each transaction (#a through #g) balance, or add up to zero ... remember the pluses and minuses I mentioned above.
If there is only one thing mentioned (as in #g ... Draw), then you have to figure out whether it is an increase in things you got in that category (account) or an increase in what you gave up (Where it came from) and then figure the most appropriate thing it came from or the most appropriate thing you got for it.
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