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Amy wrote a check for $32 to pay her monthly electricity bill, but when balancing her checkbook, she accidentally recorded it as a credit rather than as a debit. How will her check register compare to her monthly bank statement when she receives it? A. The balance in her check register will be $64 under the balance on her bank statement. B. The balance in her check register will be $32 over the balance on her bank statement. C. The balance in her check register will be $32 under the balance on her bank statement. D. The balance in her check register will be $64 over the balance on her bank statement.
wat do u think ?
i thinks its b
nopes, let me ask u simple q
take below scenaro :- Suppose, you have \(100\) apples, and you owe me 10 apples, but by mistake u thought I owe you 10 apples. So, in ur book u wrote that you have 110 apples.
so its going under?
I went to ur manager with a bill, he checked it, and he gave me my 10 apples and in his book he wrote u have 100-10 = \(90\) apples
So you're dreaming that you're having 110 apples.. . but ut manager has a shocking news to show u, in reality u r having only 90 apples
wats the difference between 90 and 110 ?
20, which is 2 times 10
so i double it?
Now get baack to present problem. by mistake, in ur book u wrote, u received $32
but in reality, $32 went out of ur pocket. Yes double it
ur book will show $64 more than the bank statement
she went over her balance?
yes answer is D