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Required informationThe following information applies to the questions displayed below]A local theater company sells 1,300 season ticket packages at a price of $270 per package. The first show in the 10-showseason starts this week.(a) The sale of the season tickets before the first show.(b) The revenue from fulfilling the performance obligation by putting on the first show.1. Indicate the effects of the amounts for the above transactions. (Enter any decreases to assets, liabilities, or stockholders equitywith a minus sign.)AssetsLiabilitiesStockholders' Equity

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The following information applies to the questions displayed below]
A local theater company sells 1,300 season ticket packages at a price of $270 per package. The first show in the 10-show
season starts this week.
(a) The sale of the season tickets before the first show.
(b) The revenue from fulfilling the performance obligation by putting on the first show.
1. Indicate the effects of the amounts for the above transactions. (Enter any decreases to assets, liabilities, or stockholders equity
with a minus sign.)
Assets
Liabilities
Stockholders' Equity
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Required information The following information applies to the questions displayed below] A local theater company sells 1,300 season ticket packages at a price of $270 per package. The first show in the 10-show season starts this week. (a) The sale of the season tickets before the first show. (b) The revenue from fulfilling the performance obligation by putting on the first show. 1. Indicate the effects of the amounts for the above transactions. (Enter any decreases to assets, liabilities, or stockholders equity with a minus sign.) Assets Liabilities Stockholders' Equity

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The company has received the amount on sale of 1300 package ticket at the rate of $270 per package to be performed in 10 shows in future. Therefore, the total amount recived $351000 (i.e. 1300*270) shall be credited as unearned revenue and will increase the liabilities and also cash is received so it increases the cash account as well. The financial effect is as under:

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