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Specify which of the following cash transactions would have resulted in the $4,100 posting to the account. (You select more than one answer. Single click the box with a check mark for correct answers and double click to empty the box for the wrong answers.)


Receiving cash from customers
Issuing stock
Borrowing money
Selling assets
Repayment of debt
Paying cash for rent

Specify which of the following cash transactions would have resulted in the $1,750 posting to the account. (You select more than one answer. Single click the box with a check mark for correct answers and double click to empty the box for the wrong answers.)


Paying cash for supplies
Paying cash for utilities
Repayment of debt
Paying cash for rent
Paying cash for equipment
Paying cash for employee salaries
Payment of dividends
Selling assets

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