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During the month of March, Bradley's Miniature Golf and Driving Range, Inc. spent ???$ to acquire assets.

During the month of March, Bradley's Miniature Golf and Driving Range, Inc. spent ???$ to pay for expenses.

During the month of March, Bradley's Miniature Golf and Driving Range, Inc. recorded revenues of ???$

Between the 2 week period from March 10 to March 24, what is the change in Cash?

 

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