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A debit may signify a. A. decrease in asset accounts B. decrease in liability accounts C. increase in the capital account D. decrease in the drawing account
A credit may signify a A. decrease in assets.
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User: A debit may signify a. A. decrease in asset accounts B. decrease in liability accounts C. increase in the capital account D. decrease in the drawing account

Weegy: A credit may signify a A. decrease in assets.
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User: Which of the following is true about a T-account? A. Left hand side of the T-Account is called a debit B. Left hand side of the T-Accounts is called a credit C. Right hand side of the T-Account is called a debit D. None are true

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A debit may signify B. decrease in liability accounts.

The statement that is true about a T-account is A. Left hand side of the T-Account is called a debit .
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