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Unformatted text preview: Applying the Allowance Method Using a Percentage of Accounts Receivable - Consider the historical experience in the following table: Anal-Its Receivable Ball Delis Deemed N End Unuflzdiie and UYear Wlien 011 21111 $100.!!!“ 5 3.51]! 21112 Blljlll] 2,450 21])(3 some 2.551]: 21114 111!!!“ 4.1!!! 21115 1201!") 5,3]! leXli 1 12 Ill!) 2 2m Six—yearhtd E12 [Ill] 2|] All] Average [Iiiride by 6] $102 [Ill] 3 34M Mange permiage ml mledetl = BAMIHMDM = 3.331 ...
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