On August 10, Marden Co. received its statement from Last National Bank for its checking account. The statement showed all transactions recorded by the bank for the period of July 1 through July 31. The general ledger account can now be reconciled to the bank's records of the checking account. The accountant confirms that all transactions have been posted from the journal to the ledger. (This tells us that the Cash account balance reflects all transactions involving cash.) Comparing the bank statement to the Cash account in the general ledger reveals several items to be reconciled. Review each item below and determine which balance will need to be adjusted by the item and whether it is to be added or deducted from that balance Reconciling item Balance to be adjusted Effect on balance 1. A deposit in the amount of $1510.0 made on July 31 was not reported on the bank statement. _________________ _________________ 2. The accountant notices that a deposit made on July 6 has been reported on the bank statement as $230.0. The ledger account and the deposit receipt from the bank both show that the deposit was actually $500.0. _________________ _________________ 3. Check number 1281 was written on July 26 in the amount of $450.0 and is not listed on the bank statement. _________________ _________________ 4. Check number 1282 was written on July 28 in the amount of $680.0 and is not listed on the bank statement. _________________ _________________ 5. Check number 1286 was written on July 8 in the amount of $450.0 and is not listed on the bank statement. _________________ _________________ 6. Check number 1284 was written on July 31 in the amount of $1005.0 and is not listed on the bank statement. _________________ _________________ 7. One of Marden's customers deposited $740.0 directly to Marden's bank account for payment of its amount due. This appeared on the bank statement as a credit memo. _________________ _________________ 8. An additional credit memo in the amount of $45.0 reflected the amount of interest that the customer owed. _________________ _________________ 9. Marden Co. has its payment for phone service taken directly from its checking account. $250.0 appeared as a debit memo for July's payment. _________________ _________________ 10. Marden Co. had received and deposited a check from one of its customers as payment on account. The check was returned for nonsufficient funds. The amount of the check was $515.0. _________________ _________________ 11. Check number 1282 was written for $680.0 to a supplier in payment on the amount due. The check cleared the bank for the written amount, $680.0. However, the check was recorded in the journal and posted to Marden Co.'s ledger in the amount of $655.0. (The journal entry was a debit to Accounts Payable and a credit to Cash for $655.0.) _________________ _________________ Based on the 11 items above, prepare.