accounting equation
noun

the basic formula that underpins double-entry bookkeeping. It can be expressed most simply as 'assets + expenses = liabilities + capital + revenue' where the debit amounts to the left of the equals sign must be equivalent to the credit amounts to the right.

Also called balance sheet equation
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