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Required A
Required B
Calculate the missing amounts in the following table:
Stockholders Equity
Common
Stock
Retained
Earnings
$49,700
Company
Assets
Liabilities
40,500|+ S 49,800
+
!!
91,000 =
25.000 +
40,900
C:
85.000 =
13,300 +
38,200
D.
108,300 %D
31,000 +
43,600 +
< Required A
+.
%24
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Required A Required B Calculate the missing amounts in the following table: Stockholders Equity Common Stock Retained Earnings $49,700 Company Assets Liabilities 40,500|+ S 49,800 + !! 91,000 = 25.000 + 40,900 C: 85.000 = 13,300 + 38,200 D. 108,300 %D 31,000 + 43,600 + < Required A +. %24

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Total assets = Total liabilities + Common stock + Retained earnings.

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