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Which of the following items will be entered in the cash payments journal of an entity when app applicable subsidiary journals are in use?

Merchandise purchased on credit
Merchandised purchased for cash
Tyres for the delivery vehicle purchased on credit
Refreshments purchased for cash
Office furniture purchased on credit
Vehicle purchased for cash
Merchandise sold for cash
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