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For each of the following T-Accounts, calculate the missing amount and write it in the space in the T-Account. Assume the beginning blance and ending balances are on the normal side of the account that is the side on which the balance increases.Cash1/1 Beginning Balance ? 1/16 Transaction C $4,5001/3 Transaction A $2,500 1/20 Transaction D $2,2001/15 Transaction B $4,000 1/29 Transaction F $3,5001/28 Transaction E $3,400Ending Balance $9,800

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For each of the following T-Accounts, calculate the missing amount and write it in the space in the T-Account. Assume the beginning blance and ending balances are on the normal side of the account that is the side on which the balance increases.

Cash

1/1 Beginning Balance ? 1/16 Transaction C $4,500

1/3 Transaction A $2,500 1/20 Transaction D $2,200

1/15 Transaction B $4,000 1/29 Transaction F $3,500

1/28 Transaction E $3,400

Ending Balance $9,800

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Step1: Cash Account:

Cash account is an asset account. The normal balance of cash account is debit balance. It means, debit entries increase the balances and credit entries decrease the balances i...

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