the answer would be a, the payment and withdraw amout column
He should write this amount in the payment column.
Ted used a $150 check to pay for some books.
So, in his checkbook register he should write this amount in the payment column.
The amount that we have to pay is written in payment column.
in the payment or withdrawal amount column
PAYMENT or WITHDRAWAL AMOUNT
Payment or withdrawal amount column is where this should be put, because it is an expense, since he is Paying for some books, he is withdrawing money from his bank account or his savings account in order to pay for it, so expenses and payments should go on the PAYMENT or WITHDRAWAL AMOUNT
Ted should write the amount in the PAYMENT column of the checkbook register.
When we want to withdraw money from the account then we need to mention the amount in the WITHDRAWAL column of the checkbook register.
When we want to deposit money to the account then we need to mention the amount in the DEPOSIT column of the checkbook register.
When we want to pay money to the someone else's account then we need to mention the amount in the PAYMENT column of the checkbook register.
So, Ted must write the amount in the PAYMENT column of the checkbook register.
this is a very good question
i got a hair cut today from my mom not to flex just to flex kim jon un is one rad fellow i'd say you'd need to take the hairline in kinda like a box shape like someone rammed a lego brick into your head. from there you really need to take the top up keeping with that boxy aesthetic, finally coat the whole thing with gel if your country economics are failing or whatever you can just coat it with the starving children's food rations. about 5 orphans per strand is a good ratio. good luck with the fresh cut my dude
i need more info. are you looked to see there mph? how much they deliver? how far they go?