Business, 12.11.2019 04:31, zanaplen27

Bahama catering purchased a commercial dishwasher by paying cash of $8,000. the dishwasher's fair value on the date of the purchase was $10,000. the company incurred $600 in transportation costs, $500 installation fees, and paid $300 annual insurance of the equipment. for what amount will bahama record the dishwasher?
a. $9,100.
b. $8,000.
c. $9,400.
d. $10,000.

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