Parrish 2-8 Pg. 38Please put the following transactions in a T-Account format and find the missing amount and explain how you arrived at that amount.Accounts ReceivableOn the left side of the T-Account1) 8/1 Beginning Balance $48002) 8/7 Transaction A $15003) 8/14 Transaction B $60004) 8/29 Transaction E $8700On the right side of the T-Account1) 8/15 Transaction C-Amount unknown2) 8/19 Transaction D $12003) 8/30 Transaction F $4200

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Parrish 2-8 Pg. 38

Please put the following transactions in a T-Account format

 and find the missing amount and explain how you arrived at that amount.

Accounts Receivable

On the left side of the T-Account

1) 8/1 Beginning Balance $4800

2) 8/7 Transaction A $1500

3) 8/14 Transaction B $6000

4) 8/29 Transaction E $8700

On the right side of the T-Account

1) 8/15 Transaction C-Amount unknown

2) 8/19 Transaction D $1200

3) 8/30 Transaction F $4200

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Step 1

Account receivable: The amount of money to be received by a company for the sale of goods and services to the customers, is referred to as account receivable.

T-account: The condensed form of a ledger is referred to as T-account. The left-hand side of this account is known as debit, and the right hand side is known as credit.

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