Quiz 4: Debits and Credits Test

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1. Is a motor vehicle an asset or a liability?
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2.Is inventory an asset or a liability?
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3. Are accounts receivable an asset or a liability?
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4. Which account is debited if a customer pays 300 by check?
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5.A business is started with 5,000 cash from the owner paid into the bank account. Which account is credited?
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6. Faulty equipment for 200 is returned to the supplier. Assuming the equipment has not yet been depreciated, which account is the credit entry made to?
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7. Cash of 100 is taken from the bank account of the business and placed into petty cash, which account is credited?
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8. A supplier is paid 500 by check, is the cash account debited or credited?
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9. A loan principal repayment of 400 is made using a direct transfer from the bank, do you debit or credit the loan account?
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10. Is a bank loan an asset or a liability?
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