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Chapter 2, Problem 7E
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The following errors were made in journalizing transactions. In each case, calculate the amount of the error and indicate whether the debit or the credit column of the trial balance will be understated or overstated.

Chapter 2, Problem 7E, The following errors were made in journalizing transactions. In each case, calculate the amount of

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