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Purchases office supplies on account costing $12,600 during July. It pays $5,500 for these purchases during July and the remainder during August. Office supplies on hand on July 1 cost $2,400, on July 31 cost $9,200, and on August 31 cost $2,900. What are the July and August expenses?
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