# The following information was drawn from the year-end balance sheets of Solomon River, Inc.AccountTitleYear 1Year 2Bonds\$750,000 \$1,005,000payableCommon stock 213,000Treasury121,00027,5005,500stockRetained88,90062,200earningsAdditional information regarding transactions occurring during Year 2:1. Solomon River, Inc. issued \$42,300 of bonds during Year 2. The bonds were issued at face value. All bonds retiredwere retired at face value.2. Common stock did not have a par value.3. Solomon River, Inc. uses the cost method to account for treasury stock.4. The amount of net income shown on the Year 2 income statement was \$32,700.Requireda. Determine the amount of cash flow for the retirement of bonds that should appear on the Year 2 statement of cashflows.b. Determine the amount of cash flow from the issue of common stock that should appear on the Year 2 statement ofcash flows.c. Determine the amount of cash flow for the purchase of treasury stock that should appear on the Year 2 statement ofcash flows.d. Determine the amount of cash flow for the payment of dividends that should appear on the Year 2 statement of cashflowse. Prepare the financing activities section of the Year 2 statement of cash flows.Complete this question by entering your answers in the tabs below.Req A toReq EDPrepare the financing activities section of the year 2 statement of cash flows. (Cashoutflows should be indicated with minus sign.)Cash Flows from financingactivitiesNet cash flow from financing\$0activitiesReq A to DReq E

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Compute the cash flow from retirement of bonds.

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Compute the cash flow from issuance of...

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