These r accounting books which is marked with foremost entry of transaction, that's why it is called prime entry .. usually journal is referred as book of prime entry but in big organisations others books are maintained for giving spl importance ..
2. creditors book
6.sales return books
A number which has only two factors is called a prime number. Prime factorization of 46 is 2x23x1. Clearly from prime factorization of 46, we get to know that 46 is divisible by 1,2,23 and also by 46. There are four factors of 46, so it is not a prime number.
A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.
233357 is a prime and so 233357 there is no prime factorisation.
No 513 is not prime, it is divisible by 3 and so on.
133 is a prime number so the prime factorzation is 7 and 19
book of prime entry are the first recorded book. The book of prime have including cash book , sales day book . purchase day book , and so on..
The multiplication answer of the prime numbers, so if you multiply them, the answer is called the product
The word journal has been derived from the French word "Jour" Jour means day. So, journal means daily. Transactions are recorded daily in journal and hence it has named so. As soon as a transaction takes place its debit and credit aspects are analyse and first of all recorded chronologically (in the order of their occurrence) in a book together with its short description. This book is known as journal. Thus we see that the most important function of journal is to show the relationship between the two accounts connected with a transaction. This facilitates writing of ledger. Since transactions are first of all recorded in journal, so it is called book of original entry or prime entry or primary entry or preliminary entry, or first entry. Farhad Rana (SMUCT)
at the moment jls have two books one called our story so far and the other called another beat
Double-entry bookkeeping, in accounting, is a system of bookkeeping so named because every entry to an account requires a corresponding and opposite entry to a different account. For instance, recording earnings of $100 would require making two entries: a debit entry of $100 to an account called "Cash" and a credit entry to an account called "Income."
King/Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, Second Deputy and so on.
Prime Numbers. 1 isn't prime, 2 is. so is 3,5,7,11,13,17,19...
Autofit...fit to contents
This is how I did it. We had a truck that burned to the ground. It was fully 179 expensed. Insurance paid off the loan, so on the books I had a balance. This is what I did. First entry was to take the asset off the books; next entry was to remove the loan off the books. I decided to credit depreciation expense instead of a revenue account, since I felt that it was more representative of the event (not a sale). ACCUMUALTED DEPRECIATION 10000 ASSET 10000 LOAN 2000 DEPRECIATION 2000
There are 8 books (2 came out this year, 2010)
I'm pretty sure that there are 10 books out right now, and one willl be coming out in 2012 called Disasterchef. So far (in order) they go: Neighbours Playschool Home and Away Survivor Prime Suspect The Great outdoors Top Gear Better Homes and Gardens Who wants to be a billionaire? Lost DisasterchefThere are also 2 other books called the Floods Family Files 1 &2.Hope I helped! :P
Nope. 17*29 = 493. Just so you know there's a wikipedia page called list of prime numbers. Covers the first 500 or so I think.