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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337395250

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Chapter 16, Problem 10Q
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Indicate using a (+), (–), or (0) whether each of the following events would probably cause accounts receivable (A/R), sales, and profits to increase, decrease, or be affected in an indeterminate manner:

Chapter 16, Problem 10Q, Indicate using a (+), (), or (0) whether each of the following events would probably cause accounts

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