Prepare the journal entry, Accounting Basics

 Assume that the following are independent situations recently reported in the Wall Street Journal. 1. National Electric 8% bonds, maturing January 28, 2013, were issued at 112.16. 2. Aeronautic 8% bonds, maturing September 24, 2027, were issued at 96.99. (a) Were National Electric and Aeronautics bonds issued at a premium or a discount? (c) Prepare the journal entry to record the issue of each of these two bonds, assuming each company issued $899,900 of bonds in total. 

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