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Using the following, prepare a bank reconciliation for Cole co. For May 31, 2011
a) The bank statement balance is $2,936
b) The cash account balance is $3,194
c) Outstanding checks amounted to $465
d) Deposits in transit are $655
e) The bank service charge is $50
f) A Check for $97 for supplies was recorded as $79 in the ledger.
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