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    The following transactions took place at Dave's Wildlife Resort during May. Indicate how these transactions would be entered in a sales journal like the one shown in figure 7.2.

    May 1 Sold a tent and other items on credit to Roy Anderson; issued Sales Slip 1101 for $360 plus sales tax of $29.

    2. Sold a backpack, an air mattress, and other items to John Amos; issues Sales Slip 1102 for $240 plus sales tax of $19.

    3. Sold a lantern, cooking utensils, and other items to Teresa Wells; issued Sales Slip 1103 for $200 plus sales tax of $16.

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    Recording Credit Sales

    The following transactions took place at Dave's Wildlife Resort during May. Indicate how these transactions would be entered in a sales journal like the one shown in figure ...

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    The following transactions took place at Dave's Wildlife Resort during May. Indicate how these transactions would be entered in a sales journal like the one shown in figure 7.2.

    May 1 Sold a tent and other items on credit to Roy Anderson; issued Sales Slip 1101 for $360 plus sales tax of $29.

    2. Sold a backpack, an air mattress, and other items to John Amos; issues Sales Slip 1102 for $240 plus sales tax of $19.

    3. Sold a lantern, cooking utensils, and other items to Teresa Wells; issued Sales Slip 1103 for $200 plus sales tax of $16.

    $2.19

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