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An Individual Family's Account Receivable
date Descrip Debit Credit Balance
Jan 5 Week 90.00 90.00
Jan 12 " 150.00 -----
Jan 16 Payment 180.00 -----
Jan 19 Week 150.00 -----

1- What was the family's balance after paying you on Jan.16?
A $0 B $ 240 C $ 60 D $ 420

2- What is the family's current(most recent) balance?
A $ 330 B $ 210 C $ 570 D $0

The answer for me are:
1- B $ 240 2- B $ 210

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