Income statement,Statement of RetainedEarnings,Balance Sheet, Financial Accounting

given the following information:
cash-171,100
accounts receivable-9400
prepaid studio rent-3000
unexpired insurance-7200
supplies-500,equipment-18,000
accumulated depreciation-7200
notes payable-10,000
accounts payable-3,200
salaries payable-4000
incomes taxes payable-6000
unearned studio revenue-8800
capital stock-100,000
retained earnings-40,000
dividends-165,000
studio earned revenue-165,000
salary expense-85,000
supply expense-3900
rent expense-12,000
insurance expense-1900
advertising expense-1800
interest expense-900
income taxes expense-23,000
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