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1.During 2013, its first year of operations, Hollis Industries recorded sales of $10,600,000 and experienced returns of $720,000. Cost of goods sold totaled $6,360,000 (60% of sales). The company estimates that 8% of all sales will be returned. Prepare the year end adjusting journal entries to account for anticipated sales returns.
The figures below are made up of yellow and blue square tiles with the blues tiles in a row and a border of yellow tiles around them. For 1 blue tile, 8 yellow tiles are needed; for 2 blue tiles, 10 yellow tiles are needed and so on.
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1.On December 1, 2013, Davenport Company sold merchandise to a customer for $20,000. In payment for the merchandise,
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1.Harwell Company manufactures automobile tires. On July 15, 2013, the company sold 1,000 tires to the Nixon Car Company for $50 each
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