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# Screenshot 10 is the part of the problem I cannot figure out. What am I doing wrong?

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Pebbles has a question, if net income is projected to be $1,058,512, why has the ending cash balance gone from

$120,000 at the beginning of the year to $1,403,523 by the end of 2020? She is sure you have screwed

something up. To prove you are correct, type up a cash flow statement - indirect method to show why cash

increased so much. Show this Statement of Cash Flows in the box labeled "Analysis Question #3" within the

Financial Statement Worksheet below the Budgeted Balance Sheet. Include with your Part II discussion as a

screen capture for the Part II tab, and briefly explain. (6 points)

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