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    Effect of transactions on measurements (cash, accrual )

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    For each of the following transactions, indicate by what amount each of these types of measurements would be affected. Use parentheses to indicate that an event would cause a decrease. If an event does NOT involve an operating activity, place a zero in the spaces provided. The time period covered is the current month.
    Operating Activity
    Cash Basis Accrual Basis

    A) Inventory for resale was purchased for $12,000 cash
    B) Equipment was purchased for $2,500 cash
    C) Rent of $2,000 was paid, $1,000 for the current month and $1,000 for the next month
    D) Inventory that cost $2,700 was sold for $5,000 cash
    E) Depreciation of $150 was recorded

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    For each of the following transactions, indicate by what amount each of these types of measurements would be affected. Use parentheses to indicate that an event would cause a decrease. If an event does NOT involve an operating activity, place a zero in the spaces provided. The time period covered is the current month.
    Operating Activity
    Cash Basis ...

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    The solution indicates for each of the following transactions by what amount each of these types of measurements (cash, accrual ) would be affected.

    $2.19

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