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Give examples of transactions that:

  1. a. Increase an asset and a liability
  2. b. Increase an asset and shareholders’ equity
  3. c. Increase an asset and decrease a different asset
  4. d. Decrease an asset and a liability
  5. e. Decrease an asset and shareholders’ equity

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Give examples of transaction for the given statements.

Explanation

Transaction: The economic event which brings about any changes in the financial items of a business and can be measured in the monetary units is referred to as a transaction.

Examples of transaction for the given statements:

StatementsTransactionsAccounts affected
a. Increase an asset and a liability.Purchase of an equipment worth $1,000 on account.Equipment (Asset), Accounts payable (Liability)
b. Increase an asset and shareholders' equity...

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