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Textbook Problem

The following February journal entries all involved cash.

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Post the amounts to the ledger account for Cash, Account No. 111. Assume that all transactions appeared on page 1 of the general journal.

To determine

Post the given amounts in the Cash ledger account.

Explanation

Ledger: Ledger is a book in which the accounts are summarized and grouped from the transactions recorded in the journal.

Post the given amounts in the Cash ledger account.

ACCOUNT    Cash                                                                           ACCOUNT NO. 111
DateItemPost. Ref...

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