Prepare the partnership''s income statement, Financial Accounting

The partnership of Lewis and Clark had these balances at April 30, 2008:

Cash........$28,000
Liabilities........56,000
Clark Capital...14,000
Other Assets...84,000

Service Revenue....$196,000
Lewis, Capital....42,000
Total Expenses.....49,000

Lewis gets 70% of profits and losses, and clark gets 30%. Prepare the partnership's income statement for hte year ended April 30, 2008.

Please help and explain :]

 

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