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The actual cash received from cash sales was $18,371, and the amount indicated by the cashcregister total was $18,400. Journalize the entry to record the cash receipts and cash sales.

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Account Title and Explanation Debit ($) Credit ($) Date Cash $18,371 Cash short and over ($18,400-$18,371) $29 $18,400 Sales To record the cash receipts and cash sales)

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