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DEBIT AND CREDIT ANALYSIS Complete the following statements using either “debit” or “credit”: (a) The cash account is increased with a __________. (b) The owner’s capital account is increased with a __________. (c) The delivery equipment account is increased with a __________. (d) The cash account is decreased with a __________. (e) The liability account Accounts Payable is increased with a __________. (f) The revenue account Delivery Fees is increased with a __________. (g) The asset account Accounts Receivable is increased with a __________. (h) The rent expense account is increased with a __________. (i) The owner’s drawing account is increased with a __________.

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College Accounting, Chapters 1-27

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ISBN: 9781337794756

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Chapter 3, Problem 2SEA
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DEBIT AND CREDIT ANALYSIS Complete the following statements using either “debit” or “credit”:

  1. (a) The cash account is increased with a __________.
  2. (b) The owner’s capital account is increased with a __________.
  3. (c) The delivery equipment account is increased with a __________.
  4. (d) The cash account is decreased with a __________.
  5. (e) The liability account Accounts Payable is increased with a __________.
  6. (f) The revenue account Delivery Fees is increased with a __________.
  7. (g) The asset account Accounts Receivable is increased with a __________.
  8. (h) The rent expense account is increased with a __________.
  9. (i) The owner’s drawing account is increased with a __________.

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