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in the blank space beside each adjustin entry, enter the letter of the explanation A through F that most closely describes the entry.
A. to record this periods depreciation expense
B. to record accrued salaries expense.
C. to record this period's use of a prepaid expense
D. to record accrued interest rvenue
E. to record accrued interest expense.
F. to record the earining of previously unearned income

__1. salaries expense
salaries payable
__2.Interest expense
Interest payable
__3.Insurance expense
prepaid insuranse
__4.Unearned Professional Fees
Professional Fees EArned
__5. interest receivable
interest revenue
__6. Depreciation expense
accumulated depreciation

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    1. B
    2. E
    3. C
    4. F
    5. D
    6. A

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